Delta Airlines avoided becoming the target of a rap beef with Danny Brown by apologizing to the Detroit MC after he complained about a flight delay on Twitter.

In a series of tweets sent Wednesday (May 3), Brown threatened to unleash a diss track featuring Dr. David Dao, who was controversially dragged off a United Airlines flight last month.

Delta responded to Brown’s posts, apologizing for the tardiness of the flight. When asking if there was anything they could do to fix the situation, the Atrocity Exhibition rapper said he was ok.

The company seemed relieved that the situation had been taken care of and assured Brown that they were there for any future problems that needed solving.

This isn’t the first time Delta has come under attack from the Hip Hop community. In December, French Montana threatened to boycott the airline after it was accused of racial profiling. YouTube star Adam Saleh claimed he was kicked off a flight for speaking Arabic.

Delta responded with a statement that Saleh “sought to disrupt the cabin with provocative behavior, including shouting. This type of conduct is not welcome on any Delta flight. While one, according to media reports, is a known prankster who was video recorded and encouraged by his traveling companion, what is paramount to Delta is the safety and comfort of our passengers and employees. It is clear these individuals sought to violate that priority.”