Praise Baltimore Listen Live
TSA Introduces Explosives Detection Test Program

Source: Mario Tama / Getty

Waiting to board a flight is one of the more tedious things we have to come to terms with in life — but one Southwest Airline passenger made sure that his fellow travelers enjoyed the waiting process as much as possible.

Gate B7 at Louis Armstrong International Airport in New Orleans was lit when one man decided to sing his rendition of the 90’s classic “No Diggity” by Blackstreet over the gate’s loudspeaker system.


According to Facebook user Mike Vadala who posted the hilarious clip, the Southwest Airlines staff working at Gate B7 that day jokingly suggested there would be a cost for any passenger who wanted to ask a question while they waited — or they would have to sing. The brave man in the Washington Football Team T-shirt took that opportunity to shine, honey.

His viral performance has already garnered 15 million view. No diggity, no doubt.




LOL: Airline Passenger Goes Viral Singing Lit Karaoke Version Of “No Diggity” Over Boarding Gate Tannoy  was originally published on

Also On Praise 106.1:
17 Gospel Artists Who Call or Have Called the DMV-Area Home
47th Annual GMA Dove Awards - Arrivals
14 photos