Gospel Singer Bobbi Storm Criticized for ‘Entitlement’ After Performing, Announcing Grammy Nominations on Delta Flight

Bobbi Storm

Bobbi Storm goes to the third Annual Influence Awards at City Hall on June 11, 2018 in New York City.

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Bobbi Storm came under attack this previous weekend break after she shared a video clip of herself doing on a Delta trip after discovering that she is chosen for 2 Grammy Awards.

In the clip posted to Instagram on Friday (Nov. 10), the gospel musician is informed to take a seat by the steward. “I sing for the Lord,” she claimed. “I’m doing what the Lord is telling me to do.”

The steward ultimately informed her,  “If you’re not able to follow my instructions, you will not be able to take this flight.” When she took her seat, Storm introduced to the fellow guests that she’s “up for two Grammys,” and continued to sing her brand-new tune “We Can’t Forget Him” at a soft quantity.

Storm is a is a highlighted singer on Maverick City Music’s The Maverick Way, which is chosen for ideal scripture cd at the 2024 Grammys. The team’s “God Problems” is likewise up for ideal modern Christian songs performance/song, though Storm is not provided in the credit ratings.

“At the end of the day God is glorified!!!! Tell me, how are you choosing love on purpose??? Blessings to you all from your #FearlessFlightSinger,” Storm captioned her Instagram blog post, keeping in mind in the remarks that “no laws” were “broken.”

“Imagine the entitlement of thinking you are the only one with something that can bless folks and it happens to be in an airplane where they have no choice but to hear you because they can’t go anywhere?!? This is wildly out of pocket sis! You held these people hostage and used God’s name in a manipulative manner,” one customer created in the remarks, while an additional included, “This is one of the most egotistical things I’ve ever seen. You think because you’re Grammy nominated that rules don’t apply to you and the plane is your stage? Work on that ego sis.”

In a follow-up video clip published on Sunday (Nov. 12), Storm kept in mind that Delta execs connected to her adhering to the debatable video clip. She claimed that she did not desire the steward to obtain discharged, yet desired him to “learn a valuable lesson on how to treat other people.”

See her action video clip here.



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