Boy George sparks feud with Victoria Beckham as he viciously slams her after British Airways flight together | The Sun

VICTORIA Beckham allegedly kept First Class passengers waiting on a recent British Airway flight so she could get picked up straight from the plane.

Singer Boy George fumed as he sat in the first class cabin of the BA flight waiting to disembark, but Posh Spice got to get off first as a private car was there to pick her up.

It's believed the flight was arriving back to the UK this week as Boy George is performing in London on Friday night.

He took to Twitter to slam the airline for keeping him waiting, in a since deleted tweet.

"Nice touch for @britishairways to leave everyone in first class waiting for steps while Victoria Beckham's car picks her up at the aircraft. Proper going to avoid flying BA for a while!" Boy George complained.

After his rant, Boy George posted an update that he and the airline were 'back in love' and reportedly Victoria paid £6,000 for the specialised service.

He wrote: "Myself and @britishairways are back in love. Now I know it costs 6,000 to get off the plane before everyone else.

"Also, my current remit is to be more friendly, human and have more patience. Lol! Wish me luck. I also forgot to say how lovely my flight was!"

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It's not clear where Victoria had travelled from, but husband David and their daughter Harper, 10, have been holidaying in Venice.

Dad and daughter enjoyed an evening out together as she entered the Fenice theatre alongside her famous dad wearing a £1,600 ballgown.

And the youngest Beckham paired her pretty pink and purple number, from Zimmermann, with some comfortable Nike trainers.

Manchester United legend David, 47, meanwhile rocked a black suit, crisp white shirt and shades for the occasion.

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The father-daughter pair shared a loving moment as they smiled at each other before heading in for the show.

Beckham's three other children – Brooklyn, 23, Romeo, 19, and Cruz, 17 – were not spotted at the event.

Boy George who turned 61 on Wednesday, is best known for his music with iconic pop group Culture Club.

His airline spat with Victoria is not the first time the music icon has spoken out against the former Spice Girl.

He revealed to a radio show how Victoria Beckham wrote a damning note to him when he asked her for an autograph.

George recalled: "She’s a little bit more serious now isn’t she, but this was a fun moment in her life.

"I nabbed her at a radio station and said will you write something funny on this for me and she wouldn’t write what I asked her to write, but she wrote, 'To the b***h, f**k off!''' he told Kyle and Jackie O on their KIIS 1065 radio show.

Posh's snappy note may have been tongue-in-cheek at that moment, but it wouldn't be entirely uncalled-for if it wasn't a joke.

George has openly slated Victoria's claim-to-fame the Spice Girls for years and even went so far as to ban one of his The Voice acts from performing a rendition of one of the girl band's famous tunes.

George forbade Vangelis from singing their ballad Viva Forever in the competition's knockout stage in 2016 before mouthing-off the best-selling female group of all time.

The Karma Chamoleon singer hissed: "The Spice Girls are awful. I hate them. They’ve just got nothing to say.

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"Girl power. Yeah, and what the f*** is girl power? F*** the Spice Girls."

If that wasn't quite enough, he added:"They are a cynical corporate creation and proof that a good stylist is more important than a good melody."

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