Beware of the General sitting right beside you when you’re flying next time.
He tells Interview magazine in their December / January issue:
“I really don’t mind flying coach if I have to. If the front of the plane is sold out, I’ll sit in the back. Some people are like, ‘Oh, first class is sold out. I can’t go.’ I guess they care about people seeing that they’re not sitting in first class.”
“I’m clear with my financial space—I don’t need to get any validation by someone else who sits next to me in first class. If you think a seat in first class makes you a star, then you’re not one.”
Good lookin’ Fifty. I hope I’m luck in my next flight.