Vanilla Ice Goes Nuclear On A Delta Employee After Missing His Flight And The Video Is A MUST See

From the video description posted to YouTube:

I didn’t even catch most of his temper tantrum. My husband and I were at the Atlanta airport this afternoon when we saw Vanilla Ice. He walked up to board 10 minutes after the cutoff time for boarding while talking on his phone, so of course the male employee wouldn’t allow him on the plane. Vanilla Ice threw his ticket at the guy and started cussing at him. The guy walked away and then 5 minutes later a woman employee came to the desk. He started cussing at the woman and threw his ticket at her. Then the video shows the rest. I thought he was done, so I stopped recording.

He stormed out of the area screaming and cussing at a man who was trying to help the employee. The guy had on a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles shirt on and he commented about how he didn’t deserve to wear the shirt and needed to take it off. Really? That was one of Vanilla Ice’s comebacks? The emploees were doing their job. It’s not their fault he decided to talk on his phone instead of paying attention to boarding, especially when he bragged about being a Platinum Delta Rewards customer. He had 20 mins to board that plane.

Before he stormed off, the lady said she was sorry. Vanilla Ice responds with “A lot of fucking good that’ll do me.”. What a douche douche baby.

I would have given all $59 in my bank account to witness the dude who banged Madonna dig deep to make a “toilet store” jab at someone’s Ninja Turtle’s shirt before shouting “I’m a PLATINUM DELTA REWARDS CUSTOMER GOD DAMNIT! THREE YEARS STRONG!” It makes it so much better when you consider that Ice had a tiny role in Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze, which was likely lost on most people present at the scene, so it was personal for him while everyone else was like “Um. Good one dude.”

But how about the balls on that nasaly bitch for sheepishly muttering “You gotta look at the monitor, man.” You don’t taunt a man who just missed his flight, even if it was his fault, and you certainly don’t taunt a man who was once arrested for threatening a homeless man with a pistol. The fact that Ice didn’t flatten that prick like a pancake was truly a lesson in self-restraint.

Moral of the story is that being a Delta Platinum Rewards member and a former hip hop icon doesn’t mean shit when you’re too stupid to board a fucking plane.

[h/t TMZ]

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