Woman rants about being Instagram famous in viral plane meltdown video

By Alma Fabiani

Published Sep 20, 2023 at 12:35 PM

Reading time: 2 minutes

An “Instagram famous” woman—her own words, not ours—who’s been identified as influencer Morgan Osman, was recently caught on camera arguing with passengers on an aeroplane while removing her luggage from the overhead compartment.

It hasn’t been confirmed exactly how this incident started, or why Osman was removing her luggage and verbally fighting with fellow passengers.

According to the Daily Mail, the clip, which has since gone viral on X (formerly Twitter), was filmed on an American Airlines flight. In the video, the woman can be seen aggressively arguing with another person who is standing in the aisle.

The 20-second video begins with the woman, wearing a skin-tight grey unitard, taking her luggage from the overhead locker while shouting at another passenger. “Call me a b*tch again,” she says to them as the passenger filming lets out a snort of laughter.

“Call me a b*tch again, I did nothing wrong!” Osman then shouts as she holds her suitcase and a handbag by her side. Someone off camera tells her to shut up, to which she responds: “No, you shut the f*ck up! You shut the f*ck up, and your b*tch.”

Osman turns to walk down the aisle before noticing the woman filming the whole thing on her phone. Angry, she turns to her and shouts: “Film me—I’m Instagram famous, you f*cking bum.”

The social media creator can be heard cussing some more at other passengers as she stomps down the aisle out of shot. Meanwhile, several people can be heard laughing at her.

Netizens were quick to call the passenger “entitled” and “a clown” for throwing a tantrum on the flight. Taking to Instagram following the incident, Osman allegedly stated “I said what I said,” before adding: “I didn’t get kicked off, I asked to leave instead of it turning violent. Thank you.”

SCREENSHOT could not find Osman’s Instagram account, which led us to believe that it has since been deleted or deactivated.

This latest plane incident is reminiscent of another cussing-filled clip that went viral in July, which showed another American Airlines passenger make a scene, this time over a passenger that she claimed wasn’t real.

The original video, which has since been deleted from TikTok reportedly amassed a viewership of over ten million. The clip saw the stressed woman explode into a tirade saying: “I’m getting the f*ck off this plane.” Her reason being because “that motherf*cker back there is NOT REAL.”

Oh, and if that wasn’t enough, SCREENSHOT also reported on yet another plane incident, in which a male passenger experienced a tumultuous psychological episode, fervently believing that he was caught in a recurring “time loop” that ended with the plane crashing.

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