Ari Lennox still “not ok” after racially charged arrest at Amsterdam airport

by | Dec 18, 2021 | Latest, Music News, Social Justice | 0 comments

Getting arrested at an Amsterdam airport earlier this week has not been easy for Lennox and justifies getting upset. Revealing on Twitter on Saturday (December 4), she said that she was not okay with the treatment at the airport. 

Expressing her frustration, she said that her only regret is her reaction to the racism and discrimination she encountered. 

Explaining her pain, she stated she would like to explain what happened to her, but KLM has clarified that they never cared to hear it from her. 

Typing a series of disturbing tweets, she expressed her frustrations with KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and the airport’s security. 

Lamenting her arrest at the airport, she tweeted,” Fuck Amsterdam security. They hate Black people.” 

According to Lennox, race played a significant factor in her mistreatment. 

According to Ari Lennox, her arrest was due to accusing. The airline staff of racially profiling. During the incident on Monday (November 29), she claimed being detained for responding to a woman who had racially profiled her. 

Posting on her Twitter page, the songstress said, “I’m being arrested in Amsterdam for reacting to a woman racially profiling me,” 

Adding to her statement, she wrote, racism. Wow, Amsterdam, I’m horrified. I was so happy to travel and meet this evil woman. “I’ve never experienced racism so blatantly. “ 

Tweeting further, she added, “I just want to go home. I’ll never leave my house again”. 

Responding to Cardi B’s allegations, the Dutch military police said that the songstress was arrested for being aggressive toward an airline official, disturbing public order, and public intoxication. 

Speaking to Reuters, police spokesperson Robert van Kapel said that they are investigating claims that Lennox threatened an airline official. 

Quoting Ari Lennox tweet on December 2, 2021, she thanked all of her fans for prayers and support to the extent of referring to them as loves. 

This article was penned by Jonathan P. Wright. Jonathan is a freelance writer for multiple mainstream publications and CVO of RADIOPUSHERS. You can read more of his work by clicking here.  

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