Bollywood controversial singer Mika Singh recently posted a video on social media wherein he claimed he booked an entire first class cabin in an Emirates flight which the singer claimed to be his favourite flight.
In the video Singh claims with this step he hopes to start a new trend among celebrities.
“Today I had a great show in Dallas. I want to share with you that Michael Jackson used to say he wanted to travel alone,” he says in a video. “Today I decided that I want to travel alone and I don’t want any disturbance. I don’t want to see a single person in the First Class, so I booked the entire First Class.”
“Good morning,I have just landed in Dubai.. booked the whole 1st class for fun…@emirates is the best …. yeah baby I’m loaded.”
Singh added that “there is only one lion here [in First Class]. You need guts to do this.”
“I hope I set off a trend that big stars and celebrities would want to follow,” he added.
Emirates’ website shows that a First Class ticket from Dallas to Dubai on Monday (July 16) would cost AED 74,400 ($19,742).
Singh’s posts were criticised by many on social media, with some accusing him of taking the video after the cabin had cleared out, and others accusing him of unnecessarily boasting about his wealth.
However the post was criticised by some and trolled by many. Many social media users commented saying that this was unnecessary and plain show off while some others said that he took the picture after the cabin crew was cleared.
Mika Singh is a Bollywood Playback Singer, Songwriter, Composer and Performer who has in the past been part of a few controversies.
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