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[ad_1] Australian airline Qantas mentioned it can help a flight attendant if she chooses to sue musician Will.i.am of the Black Eyed Peas, who called her racist on Twitter and posted her title and {photograph}.“Absent a retraction, and if the crew member wanted to take the matter further, we’d certainly be willing to provide legal support for them to do this,” a spokeswoman mentioned.I’m presently on a flight from Brisbane to Sydney.I’m sorry to say me and my group have skilled they worse service on account of a overly aggressive flight attendant...I don’t wish to consider she racist.However she has clearly aimed all her frustrations solely on the individuals of color— will.i.am (@iamwill) November 16, 2019 Will.i.am, whose actual title is William Adams, mentioned he was on a flight Friday from Brisbane to Sydney whereas on his Australian tour when he and his group encountered an "overly aggressive flight attendant."Will.i.am mentioned in a series of tweets he didn't wish to consider she was racist. "But she has clearly aimed all her frustrations only at the people of color."The Morning RundownGet a head begin on the morning's prime tales.Will.i.am mentioned the flight attendant requested federal law enforcement officials meet him on the gate when he landed as a result of he didn't stow his laptop computer earlier than touchdown. He mentioned he couldn't hear the announcement instructing him to stow the system as a result of he was carrying noise-canceling headphones.He mentioned the flight attendant, whom he named in a handful of tweets, was "beyond rude" and "took it to the next level" by calling the police. He additionally used the hashtag #racistflightattendant in a number of tweets.Some Twitter customers took exception with Will.i.am naming the flight attendant publicly, together with one who accused him of intimidation."But mate why not just go though a normal complaint process? Do you understand the intimidation and abuse you are subjecting this woman to with your post?," the Twitter user wrote.Will.i.am responded that it was his approach of submitting a "proper complaint" and the best way wherein he believed his protest can be heard."I’m using the same tool you would use if you were wrongly accused of doing something & pulled away by police officers," Will.i.am mentioned. "I still don’t know what I did wrong for police to come."The Grammy Award winner additionally mentioned that he didn't intend for anybody to focus on the flight attendant."I don’t regret my actions of taking to public to speak for the other for those who don’t have the voice who felt the same disrespect...," he mentioned in a Nov. 16 tweet, including that he was saddened that folks selected to unfold hate and assault.Qantas mentioned in an announcement Saturday the incident was the results of a misunderstanding that appears to have been exacerbated by Will.i.am's use of noise-canceling headphones."We completely reject the suggestion this had anything to do with race," the airline mentioned.Janelle GriffithJanelle Griffith is a breaking information reporter for NBC Information.  [ad_2] Source link Janelle Griffith