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According to a media report, British Olympic Champion Mo Farah was humiliated while standing in a queue to board a Delta Airline flight with his wife and daughter.
Apparently, while waiting in line, a Delta Airline attendant, refusing to acknowledge his business class ticket, shout at the Olympic star informing that he needed to go at the back of the queue.
Irrespective of who Mo Farah is she humiliate him because of him been Black, and she believes that gave her the right to speak to him in that manner. She really should be thanking the God she did not do that to a Black individual who would not have tolerated that behaviour. Mo Farah showed restraint, decency and demonstrated that Black people are not as ignorant as some other.
In my opinion, Delta Airline has a responsibility to ensure all their passengers, irrespective of colour, creed, religion, sexual orientation, are treated with the utmost respect and what happened to Mo Farah did not demonstrate that from a very ignorant and idiotic airline attendant.
Millions of people will be watching to see Delta’s response to this incident, we would have expected them to issue a statement or an apology to Mo Farah and his family, but so far I have not read anywhere that this has happened.
What upset me is that people had to tell this stupid attendant who Mo was before her tirade cease and that I find abominable. The fact that Mo was the only Black person in the queue is no excuse for her behaviour, and she would not have spoken to a White person in that manner and what make her think she can disrespect a Black person like that.
I am so angry that I wish I did not read the article because it has left me extremely bitter, no one should be, disrespected that way and in particular, an individual that has given his all for his country. Another thing I want to see what the British government is going to do about the treatment of Mo Farah.