"Straight Outta Compton" Eazy-E's Threat of Passengers During Plane Crisis

HipHop News Posted on August 28, 2017 at 5:59am

"Straight Outta Compton" Eazy-E's Threat of Passengers During Plane Crisis

More like straight outta the plane.

A week after Straight Outta Compton actor Richard Taylor (who played Suge Knight), was arrested for an alleged crime of assault, her co-star Jason Mitchell, who played for Eazy-E in the history of the film, has found himself in trouble of his own. Mitchell had an intense crisis in a Delta Airlines flight before take-off after he called a first-class passenger of spying on their phone call. Initially it was annoying that you had to sit in the economy, despite having a first-class ticket to an earlier flight that had been lost. According to reports he was flying stand-by for the later flight.

"I'm talking to you?" Mitchell said in a video obtained by TMZ. "Fucking racist ... shut the fuck up, how 'bout? I paid for a first class seat and don't want to stay here ... I'm going to beat the shit out of you unless you are sitting next to children or any other thing."

As the hostess approached, he refused to move and said, "Fuck these people" before you go in the passenger seat again.

"You say something, I'm going to paste the shit out of you," he continued. "Look that way. What I just said? See it that way. See it that way. You don't know what the fuck I'm going through, why in my conversation, pussy?"

After a brief moment of respite, Mitchell put his headphones, and committed himself to calm down, but lost again after the crew announced that everyone would have to leave the plane.

"Why the fuck doing that to all the others?" he asked. "Man fuck that. No, I ain't down to fuck. Man, fuck all that. Hang up the phone. This is the pussy-ass shit you're doing. Man, I'm so sorry. You know what? I paid with my money. I have to be here. I have nothing to do tomorrow. You do not understand."

The police finally arrived on the scene, but Delta refused to file charges.

Watch his epic previous crisis.

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