Dizzee Rascal ejected from flight after 'abusing a stewardess'

Rapper faces lifetime ban from British Airways

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Dizzee Rascal was ejected from a British Airways flight on Saturday (July 9) after launching a "foul mouthed tirade" toward one of the onboard stewardesses.

The rapper, who was due to fly to Portugal to perform at a gig, apparently became agitated after continued delays to the flight and took it out on the a member of the onboard staff, according to The Sun today (July 10). He was then removed from the flight and was forced to pull out of the gig.

Dizzee, whose real name is Dylan Mills, now allegedly faces a lifetime ban from being allowed to fly on British Airways after the incident.



A spokesman for the 'Bonkers' rapper said: "He was disappointed not to be able to perform."

The rapper said earlier this year that he would be would not be recording a new album or touring extensively this year, as he wishes to take a break from music.

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