Akua Gyekye was on her way back to her home in London after a business trip via a connecting flight from Kigali to Amsterdam yesterday. Flying to and from the continent using international airlines while African has its challenges—from dealing with bad customer service for no reason other than being African , to experiencing racist microaggressions. I was so mad, and I took pictures of him. She just tapped on his arm. The band spent much of the s touring the world, playing to large audiences in Japan, Australia, India, and Africa. Once the KLM flight landed she was waiting for the plane in business class to let passengers disembark when a drunk white man from economy proceeded to push her, attempt to kiss her and spew racist, expletive insults. The fact that the crew didn't do anything on the plane or when I spoke with a KLM representative and the police at Amsterdam airport makes me upset, because I do think that's different [treatment] than what other people would get. I said to him, 'What are you doing? I had a five or six passengers come up to me to say, 'You handled that very well' [once I got off the flight], but where were you when it happened? In he persuaded Amarfio and Tontoh to join him in London, and Osibisa was born. Then he pushed me aside, violently grabbed his suitcase, because he had his suitcase in business class for some reason, and he jammed it out, almost hitting me in the face with it.