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United Airlines in doghouse after losing Rapper ScHoolboy Q's dog

United Airlines in doghouse after losing Rapper ScHoolboy Q's dog

Hours after the rapper called out United Airlines for putting the dog on the wrong flight, he went to Snapchat to announce the puppy is now with him and his other canines.

Now scraping the bottom of the branding reputation barrel, American legacy air carrier United Airlines has added to it's summer of #fail by sending a dog and its master to two different destinations.

The rapper also tweeted at United Friday afternoon, saying.

United Airlines quickly tracked down Yeeerndamean and found that he had been mistakenly sent to Chicago.

It is the latest public relations disaster for the airline.

ScHoolboy Q is pissed with United Airlines after claiming they lost his dog on a flight. I need answers, ' the Collard Greens rapper angrily said on Twitter.

You guys r idiots @united HOW U PUT MY DOG ON THE WRONG FLIGHT???? I need answers' the Collard Greens rapper angrily said on Twitter
You guys r idiots @united HOW U PUT MY DOG ON THE WRONG FLIGHT???? I need answers' the Collard Greens rapper angrily said on Twitter

The dog, who belongs to rapper Schoolboy Q, ended up in Chicago, Illinois, instead of Burbank, California.

It seems that Q was flying from Missouri to Burbank via Denver. "My little dog been moving around since the AM, prolyl has pee and number 2 all in his cage smh", the rapper said in a text message to CNN. He added that he plans on suing.

United Airlines in an earlier reaction has said the dog is being well cared for.

Thumbnail image via ScHoolboy Q's Instagram.

"We have been in touch with our customer to sincerely apologize for this mistake and are providing a refund".

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