Livid with United Airlines 'Idiots'

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United Airlines have flown Schoolboy Q's dog to the wrong city.

ScHoolboy Q, whose real name is Quincy Matthew Hanley, told TMZ that the dog in question was a French bulldog puppy he just purchased from Denver who was supposed to be delivered on Friday.

On Friday night after realizing he and his pet had been separated, the rapper shared his concern on Twitter, calling the airline out for putting his dog, Yeeerndamean, on the wrong flight and demanding answers.

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Luckily, Schoolboy Q had plenty of people (and their pets) looking to help.

ScHoolboy Q was traveling on United Airlines from Missouri to California where he had a layover in Denver.

In a text message to CNN on Saturday, the rapper said: "My little dog been moving around since the A.M".

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United Airlines said in a statement that the dog was being well cared for. "We have been in touch with our customer to sincerely apologize for this mistake and are providing a refund". "Pets are part of our customers' family, and their safety and wellbeing is of the upmost importance to us".

United has had an awkward PR year so far.

While sympathies go to the rapper, the larger issue here, of course, is that somewhere in America there's another, more silent passenger, who also got the wrong dog.

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In April, videos showing a man being violently removed from a flight because of overbooking provoked an outcry on social media.

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