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Ex-jetBlue Employee Steven Slater Makes Rap Song Called “I’m A Rapper Now, B*tches”

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Ex-jetBlue employee Steven Slater, who went viral earlier this year when he walked off his job by opening the emergency exit and sliding down the plane’s inflatable slide, has made a rap song called “I’m a Rapper Now, B*tches,” and a video to go along with it.

According to TMZ, a company called Line 2 contracted him for the song in an effort to promote a mobile app that will allow in-flight texting.

Didn’t see that one coming. TC mark

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  • http://twitter.com/billApomerans Bill A Pomerans

    rly unsure of this bro

  • sol

    i'm darth sidious now bitches

  • Michael I

    so depressing

  • Bensaucier

    he went from jet blue to death star, b*tchez

  • http://twitter.com/Erikhaspresence Erik Stinson

    bro tried to optimize his personal brand and faild..

  • Rob

    Life, it sucks B*tches

  • Chillwave Gonzales

    Somehow missed this one…

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