During a recent flight, a passenger erratically went on a pro-Trump tirade, which was caught on film and has since gone viral. The airlines remains under fire for failing to remove the passenger, after he referred to his fellow passengers as "Hillary B*****s."
Among those upset at Delta for allowing such appalling behavior is Taraji P. Henson. Today (Nov. 26) the Empire star unapologetically tore into Delta Airlines on Twitter once hearing word of the recent incident and how it was handled.
Earlier, Gabrielle Union took to Twitter to ask her followers if she needs to take her business elsewhere. Naturally, Henson was quick to advise her friend to promptly change her flight in solidarity.
"CHANGE YOUR FLIGHT SIS I DID!!! #EffDelta," the actress wrote, in response to Union's tweet commenting on the matter.
From there, Henson decided to go on a bit of a savage retweeting spree, reposting various responses from her fans, adding the hashtag #EffDelta.
The actress also responded to a tweet where Paul Wesley tweeted that he, too, backs the plea for the company to identify the Trump supporter who harassed the entire plane, and never let him fly Delta again. While many agree the airline should act accordingly, Henson disagreed, saying it was too late.
"The time to do something was when he was reckless," the actress tweeted. "Too late #DeltacanKickRocksIntheClouds."
Sounds like Henson will never, ever be flying Delta ever again.
Take a look at her tweets digging into the airline below.
(Photo: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)
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