Ludacris’ Daughter Stuck In Airport After Airline Feud

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August 6, 2014 | 3:16pm EST

Rapper Ludacris was forced to rearrange his teenage daughter’s travel arrangements between Atlanta, Georgia and New York on Monday after becoming embroiled in a dispute with representatives at Delta Airlines.
The Fast & Furious star flew from Los Angeles to Atlanta with 13-year-old Karma, and left her in the first class lounge of the airport with instructions on when to board the flight to the Big Apple, where her mother would be waiting for her, but airline attendants had to call him back after explaining his daughter could not take off with them because she was under 15 and not traveling with an adult.
He refused to pay the $100 fee for an adult supervisor, and instead decided to take the girl home with him.
A representative tells that when Ludacris booked the first-class ticket, airline representatives informed him there would only be an hour-and-a-half layover between the flights and there only needed to be an adult present when Karma landed in New York.
It is not clear how Karma eventually made it back to New York.