Fetty Wap addresses fans and haters after 'scary' experience on mid-air flight: 'Thank you to everybody that cared'

Fetty Wap opened up Sunday on a frightening experience in which the plane he was riding in experienced mechanical issues.

The 30-year-old rapper on Sunday took to Instagram Stories with a series of posts to detail the issues as he departed on an aircraft following a concert in Charleston, South Carolina.

The Paterson, New Jersey native initially took to the site with a post in which he was seated on the dark plane with the caption, 'Plane just lost power …. Wtf is going on bro.'

The latest: Fetty Wap, 30, opened up Sunday on a frightening experience in which the plane he was riding in experienced mechanical issues

The latest: Fetty Wap, 30, opened up Sunday on a frightening experience in which the plane he was riding in experienced mechanical issues

He said in the clip, 'F***in plane just lost power bro ... what the f*** is going on?'

The musical artist, whose real name is Willie Maxwell II, returned to the site four hours later to update his 7.4 million followers on the frightening ordeal.

'Yo, we got the f*** off that plane and got on another plane, cause that s*** was scary,' the 679 artist said. When a fellow passenger noted that he had never experienced a power outage on an aircraft, Fetty Wap said, 'Me neither.'

He added: 'Then they talking about they gotta plug the plane up: What the f***, what kind of Tesla shit is this?'

The Paterson, New Jersey native initially took to the site with a post in which he was seated on the dark plane with the caption, 'Plane just lost power …. Wtf is going on bro'

The Paterson, New Jersey native initially took to the site with a post in which he was seated on the dark plane with the caption, 'Plane just lost power …. Wtf is going on bro'

The rapper took to Instagram Stories with a series of posts to detail the issues as he departed on an aircraft following a concert in Charleston, South Carolina
He said in the clip, 'F***in plane just lost power bro ... what the f*** is going on?'

The rapper took to Instagram Stories with a series of posts to detail the issues as he departed on an aircraft following a concert in Charleston, South Carolina 

The musical artist, whose real name is Willie Maxwell II, updated his 7.4 million followers on the frightening ordeal

The musical artist, whose real name is Willie Maxwell II, updated his 7.4 million followers on the frightening ordeal

The 679 artist addressed the responses he received amid the incident, both positive and negative.

'We made it safely - thank you to everybody that cared,' he said. 'And to everyone that said I was going to die, you guys are weird.'

The My Way rapper remains dealing with legal issues after he was released from custody on November 5 from federal prison, after posting $500,000 bond following an October 28 arrest at Citi Field in connection with allegations he conspired to import drugs such as heroin and fentanyl into the New York City area.

Fetty Wap agreed to GPS monitoring, drug testing and to hand in his passport in the wake of his arrest, which took place as he was at the Rolling Loud music festival.

He told fans, 'We made it safely - thank you to everybody that cared. And to everyone that said I was going to die, you guys are weird'

He told fans, 'We made it safely - thank you to everybody that cared. And to everyone that said I was going to die, you guys are weird'

The 679 artist was snapped at the 2019 MTV Video Music Awards in Newark, New Jersey

The 679 artist was snapped at the 2019 MTV Video Music Awards in Newark, New Jersey

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Fetty Wap addresses fans and haters after 'scary' experience on mid-air flight

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