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Social Media Had Too Much Fun With United Airlines

If you have any form of social media, chances are you have seen the now viral video from a United Airlines flight.

In the video, a passenger is forcibly removed from his seat on an overbooked flight and beat up pretty badly.

The video, of course, sparked outrage after seeing how this passenger was treated and people wanted an apology from United Airlines. A statement was eventually issued by the airlines, but apparently, it was not good enough. The statement by CEO, Oscar Mununez, didn’t prove to suffice and social media took things into their own hands.

#UnitedAirlines CEO Oscar Munoz releases a statement about United Express #Flight3411 (view previous post)

7,356 Likes, 1,429 Comments - The Shade Room (@theshaderoom) on Instagram: "#UnitedAirlines CEO Oscar Munoz releases a statement about United Express #Flight3411 (view..."

The #UnitedAirlines jokes just keep rolling in

Videos, memes and other parodies were made, picking fun at the way United Airlines conducts business.

The internet plays no games #unitedairlines

17k Likes, 2,436 Comments - Baller Alert (@balleralert) on Instagram: "The internet plays no games #unitedairlines"

United Airlines competitor, Southwest even got in on the petty war against United.

#SouthwestAirlines throwing shade at #UnitedAirlines

Though the situation that started all of this was unfortunate, social media found a way to turn it around. Social media allows public opinion to react fast and gain attention even faster. United Airlines is taking a Meek Mill type loss right now and may just have to wait it out. The good thing about all things meme related is that next week we will all be on to the next.

Pierrea Javon…I’m not perfect and I don’t feel like faking it.