Canadian R&B singer, Deborah Fox, has expressed her unhappiness with South African Airlines after a scary experience onboard a flight. She slammed SAA and accused them of disregarding passenger safety.
After a flight delay and terrible experience onboard the flight, Canadian singer, Deborah Cox slammed the South African Airways.
Deborah accused the airline of not caring about the safety of the people on their plane by flying a damaged plane, according to Jacaranda FM.
The singer documented her experience and shared some of it on social media.
Briefly.co.za gathered from an IOL News report that Deborah was in Ghana for the Ghana World Music Festival, after which she boarded an SAA flight.
Eventually, the plane had to turn back land in Accra.
She shared how there was a fire in the cockpit and how frightened she was, praying to God for safety.
On Twitter, the singer expressed her disappointment with SAA and said that after a three-hour delay to fix a door, the decision was made to fly anyway.
This is what prompted her to accuse the airline of not caring about passengers.
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