United Airlines flew Schoolboy Q's dog to the wrong city

Ruben Ruiz
July 16, 2017

On Friday night after realizing he and his pet had been separated, the rapper shared his concern on Twitter, calling the airline out for putting his dog, Yeeerndamean, on the wrong flight and demanding answers. His pet, named Yeeerndamean, had been mistakenly switched with another during a layover in Denver and had been sent to Chicago.

United confirmed the mistake in a statement, promising that Yeeerndamean was being taken care of.

ScHoolboy Q said he plans on suing United Airlines over the mix-up.

The rapper said he contacted United about the snafu but he also took to Twitter to vent his frustration. As dogs are typically not let out of their cages when traveling, he was anxious that Yeeerndamean had urinated and pooped in his cage.

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'You guys r idiots @united HOW U PUT MY DOG ON THE WRONG FLIGHT????

In an interview with TMZ, Schoolboy Q revealed his missing pet was a French bulldog puppy, just purchased in Denver. Earlier in 2017, United staff refused to board girls flying on a free company pass for violating its dress code.

"We're working as quickly as possible to reunite the pet with their owner later this evening", it read.

The airline has faced severe criticism in the past, most recently when a woman's child fainted from overheating. He son eventually went limp in her arms, but was rushed to the emergency room where he made a full recovery.

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