The hits just keep on coming for united airlines, with the latest controversy surrounding a rapper’s Dog, which was put on the wrong flight. ScHoolboy Q did receive a dog, but it wasn’t the one he was expecting.

Rapper’s dog ended up 2,000 miles away from home

Quincy Matthew Hanley is known as the rapper ScHoolboy Q. He is asking United for an explanation as to why his dog was put on the wrong flight. The rapper told TMZ he had recently bought a French bulldog puppy and it was supposed to be delivered by the airline to his home in Burbank, California.

However, when he opened the door to take delivery of his prized pet, he saw a completely different dog. It turns out United Airlines had somehow switched the two dogs, placing both on the incorrect flight. ScHoolboy Q’s dog, Yeeerndamean, was sitting in Chicago instead, some 2,000 miles away.

Some Twitter users did try to help out.

Dogs switched during layover in Denver

Hanley told CNN he was traveling on United Airlines accompanying his new pet from Missouri to his home in Burbank, Southern California.

However there was a layover in Denver, which is where the switch reportedly happened. When the rapper arrived in Burbank he discovered United had accidentally exchanged his dog with another dog during the Denver layover.

The rapper is now planning on suing the airline over the incident.

ScHoolboy Q told CNN in a text message that he was concerned that his puppy was sitting trapped in a cage and unable to relieve himself. However he did, eventually, get his dog back.

United Airlines later confirmed the incident in a statement where their spokeswoman said a dog belonging to one of their customers had on Friday evening been reunited with its owner.

The statement went on to say they have contacted their customer and sincerely apologized for the mistake and will be giving a refund.

The airline is always in the news

There have been several incidents over the last few months relating to United Airlines, including the infamous incident where Dr. David Dao was dragged, screaming and bloody, from a flight after he refused to give up his seat. In a more recent incident, airline staff destroyed a man’s $42,000 wheelchair while he was traveling to Paris, providing him with an unsuitable temporary replacement while they got it repaired.

There was also the scandal which emerged recently of an incident that happened two years ago, where a United employee pushed a 71-year-old man to the floor after an argument relating to a ticket. The man is suing the airline. In another recent incident, the airline gave away a seat meant for for a woman's two-year-old son, meaning she had to spend the whole flight with the child on her lap.