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Alaska Airlines Misspells Tomi Lahren‏'s Name, Twitter Has A Field Day

Put some respek on Tami Lauren's name.

Leave it to the Twitterverse to randomly deliver a good laugh. While the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers went head to head on the basketball court for Game 2 of the NBA Finals, America's favorite unemployed former The Blaze commentator Tomi Lahren was busy voicing her frustration with a booked domestic flight via Alaska Airline.

Like any other human being displeased with a service, Lahren took to her Twitter account to put the airline on blast, tweeting with three hand clap emojis, "Most dysfunctional airline award goes to @AlaskaAir."

Naturally, a customer service representative named "Ryan" responded to Tomi's tweet, asking her to elaborate on the incident that prompted her tweet. The part that stood out was the fact that "Ryan" misspelled her first name and addressed her as "Tami."

The wonderful world of Twitter caught wind of the "shade," "clap back" (basically any other description besides "mistake" or "typo") and went in with chuckle-worthy reactions to both "Tami" and Alaska Airlines' tweets.

Another social media customer service rep named "Andre" emerged and tried to redeem the travel company's error, but the Twitterverse wasn't trying to hear it.

"Ryan," what's up? The people have spoken and chosen you.

In the meantime, read through the mentions and enjoy some laughs. You're welcome.

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