The airline replied to the message to the singer.
Jhonny Rivera, popular music singer well known for his songs of spite, one of them “I’m single”, told a story of apparent intolerance and that reveals that “the client is not always right”.
The 54-year-old artist from Pereira, father of fellow singer Andy Rivera, and who has more than 2.8 million followers on his Instagram account, a considerable number that allows him to be echoed to show his talent nationally and also to make complaints “in order to seek justice”.
That was the case of an Avianca airline worker whom the singer defended against a user’s claim.
«I am here in the VIP room and I just had a rage. Imagine that I was standing in line there in that part where they give lunch, and a man without standing in line went the other way and the girl told him: ‘Sir, you have to stand in line,'” he said in networks.
And he added: «He treated her as he wanted, he told her rudely, why was he yelling at him, that he was going to complain and he left and complained. The officials came and took a photo of the girl and then I said: ‘This is unfair’».
“I went to the ‘caunter’ and told them: ‘I witnessed that, and I don’t want them to affect the poor girl because what the man is doing is really unfair,’ Rivera pleaded for the Avianca employee.
Finally, the singer stated that he wanted the video to go viral so that the young woman would not lose her job.
«I want this video, suddenly, to be useful for something. I feel such great peace for having done what I did, because the crying girl thanked me because what happened could cost her her job », she concluded.
This is how he told it on his Instagram:
Avianca responded to the publication of Andy Rivera’s father:
Thanks for taking the time to leave us a video, Jhonny. Your comments and insights are very valuable to us and help us review the case,” the airline posted on its Instagram account.
Cover photo: @jhonnyrivera
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