JOHANNESBURG - Comair says investigations are underway to get to the bottom of an alleged racist incident aboard a British Airways flight from Johannesburg to Cape Town.
South African music duo, Black Motion, said they were forced to give up their business class seats to accommodate a white woman because her chair had broken.
When they refused, the captain ordered the men to be removed from the aircraft because they were trying to avoid -- what they called -- a 911 situation.
Black Motion's Instagram post stated the incident compromised their reputation.
Comair says it takes allegations of racism very seriously.
It's apologised to Black Motion saying it will take the necessary action once investigations are concluded.