Ludacris left his 13-year-old daughter Karma at the airport in Atlanta, which didn’t work out well.
The pair flew from Los Angeles International Airport to Atlanta together.
The plan was for Karma to catch a connecting flight to New York City to meet her mother while Ludacris stayed in Atlanta and went home.
Ludacris left his daughter in the first class lounge as there was a four-hour layover, but she wasn’t allowed to fly without an adult because she’s under 15, so Delta Airlines wouldn’t let her on the flight, reported TMZ.
“We’re told Delta called Ludacris and informed him the airline would provide adult supervision if he paid a $100 fee, but the rapper refused. So he came back to the airport, picked up his daughter and they went home. A rep for Ludacris tells TMZ … Luda booked the flight himself — a first class ticket — and was told there would only be a 1 1/2 hour layover,” it said.
“Luda claims he was told when he bought the ticket the only requirement was that an adult needed to be present in NYC when the plane landed — Karma’s mom.”
The rapper later paid the $100 and put Karma on the next available flight.