On Wednesday, the 32-year-old former supermodel, Chrissy Teigen, tweeted that she and her husband had finally arrived in Tokyo, Japan. Reportedly, Teigen and Legend got onto a flight on the 26th of December and expected to land in Tokyo, but instead, found themselves back at the LA airport.
According to reports, the crew believed there was an unauthorized passenger on board the flight on Wednesday. Rather than flying to the Japanese city and solving the issue there, the pilot turned around to bring the person back.
Despite the incredibly annoying nature of the situation, Chrissy remained relatively light-hearted. The Sports Illustrated model derisively stated they just spent eight hours on a flight for the sake of it as if they enjoyed to fly that much.
Additionally, Teigen commented on why she isn’t that upset about it; she said the story to tell was probably the best part of the entire predicament.
I have been moved to a room with Bravo. Clearly the authorities are trying to keep me quiet so I don’t BLOW THE LID OFF THIS “SITCH” pic.twitter.com/ohhpCmjviG
— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) December 27, 2017
Lucky for her, the authorities moved her to a room with the TV channel, Bravo. According to the wife of John Legend, they must’ve done it on purpose to keep her from “blow(ing) the lid off this b*tch.”
In response, the Nippon Airways apologized for the convenience. They remorsefully explained they had failed to offer the service they initially promised.
Chrissy said it wasn’t that bad of an experience considering everyone on the flight and the ground were such a pleasure to work with. However, she – like many others – stated she doesn’t understand why they couldn’t have solved the problem in Tokyo rather than turning around.