At Southwest It’s Usually Flight Attendants Singing But This Passenger Killed It

As reported by Travis Akers, Southwest Airlines gate agents put up a sign that read “If you ask a question, you have to sing a song.” So this passenger departing New Orleans did exactly that, roping in employees and drawing in the whole crowd.

The passenger was probably very young when 1996’s “No Diggity” was released and the Blackstreet song featuring Dre and Queen Pen shot to number one on the Billboard Hot 100. Yet like so many flying Southwest, the song is about striving for sex, money and upward mobility.

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Comments

  1. “Yet like so many flying Southwest, the song is about striving for sex, money and upward mobility.” AHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

    Southwest regular here; can confirm.

  2. Based on the comments, it appears that the video is four years old (ie, way before Covid) , but it is fantastic.

  3. Ok, some major issues with publicizing this video. First, multiple violations of the federal mask mandate. Second, and much worse, the man singing is wearing a racist t-shirt.

  4. @MissMarirose:

    Counterpoint, no. Customers shouldn’t be made to put on a show to get basic assistance.

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