Ludacris left his 13-year-old daughter alone at Atlanta's airport Monday and says Delta is to blame.
The rapper and his daughter, Karma, flew together from Los Angeles to Atlanta, TMZ reports. Karma then was supposed to fly solo to New York after a 1 ½-hour layover.
But the layover apparently stretched to four hours, so Ludacris left his daughter in the first class lounge.
Let's call that dad-of-the-year moment No. 1.
Karma wasn't allowed to board the flight, however, because Delta apparently doesn't permit minors under the age of 15 to fly without an adult. TMZ reports that an airline official called Ludacris and offered to provide adult supervision for a $100 fee. Ludacris apparently refused to pay.
We'll call that dad-of-the-year moment No. 2.
But at least the rapper returned to the airport to pick up his daughter.
Ludacris' rep told TMZ that when the rapper booked his daughter's first-class tickets, he was told that an adult only needed to be present at the New York airport when she arrived. Apparently, her mom planned to be there.
Ann Tatko-Peterson provides celebrity commentary for the Bay Area News Group. Follow her at twitter.com/atatkopeterson.