British Airways confirms apology to Black Motion
British Airways has issued an apology to popular duo Black Motion following an alleged racist incident.
Black Motion was escorted off the flight they were on, on Monday afternoon.
According to the duo, they were asked to leave after a white woman complained about her broken seat.
Taking to Instagram, the duo set the record straight about what took place on the plane.
"Black Motion happened to be the only two young black men in the British airline business class #CapeTown we are the of bad treatment. We were embarrassed and removed from business class just because a white lady complained about her broken seat," they wrote.
TshisaLIVE reported that Comair has issued an apology following the incident.
"Comair does not tolerate any form of racism or discrimination, which is why we take any such allegations very seriously. We are in conversation with the customers and have apologised for what happened. We are now interviewing the staff involved as part of a full investigation. Once concluded we will take whatever action is necessary," a spokesperson for the airline said.
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