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Dog Belonging to Rapper's Girlfriend Runs Loose on Plane as She Argues With Flight Attendant

Playing Dog Belonging to Rapper's Girlfriend Runs Loose on Plane as She Argues With Flight Attendant

A woman was escorted off an American Airlines flight from Atlanta to Chicago after arguing with a flight attendant as her dog ran loose in the aisles.

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Video of the incident was posted to social media Wednesday. The incident took place before takeoff, and after passengers had waited two hours in the plane while temperatures reached 101 degrees outside.

As the flight was finally preparing for takeoff, passengers said the woman had gotten into an argument with the flight attendant after she allegedly refused to put her seat in the upright position, which is required of passengers.

The angry passenger confronted the flight attendant and her dog went loose in the aisle.

She eventually returned to her seat, but the started cursing.

The woman, identified as 21-year-old Ariana Fletcher, is a model who also owns her own hairproducts company and the girlfriend of rapper G Herbo.

She confirmed her identity on her Facebook page, saying, "Yes, this is me. Don't play with Prince.” Prince is her dog.

When she was finally escorted from the plane, she was saluted with boos and cheers from fellow passengers inside the hot plane.

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"I just wanted to go home, so, anything to get that plane in the air I was happy," Passenger Michael Nash, who took the video, told Inside Edition. 

The plane finally took off after a four-hour delay. Fletcher wasn't arrested but was rebooked on another flight.

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