The singer, who is pregnant with twins, WILL headline the festival in 2018 -- so at least the Beyhivé has that!
In a statement to The Associated Press on Thursday, Bey's Parkwood Entertainment and festival producer Goldenvoice said:
There's no crying on airplanes!
Footage popped up on YouTube this weekend of a passenger on an American Airlines having an upsetting encounter with a flight attendant.
Apparently a woman had a misunderstanding with the flight crew and was told to sit down in order to clear the aisle before takeoff.
The woman said she didn't hear the request and then complained to a female attendant about her "rude" colleague saying she felt bullied… only to be asked to leave the flight.
"This can't be legal, I seriously didn't do anything."
Once she was escorted off, the other passengers who were within earshot and saw what happened booed the crew with several saying they wouldn't fly on the airline ever again!
The man filming the video, Bill Byrne, commented on the ordeal, saying:
"The flight attendant was ready to throw more people off."
When asked about the incident, an American Airlines spokesperson said they were currently investigating the case but assured that the passenger was booked on the next available flight.
[Image via planephotouk/Instagram.]