Winnie Harlow wants to clear up any misconceptions about her perceived first-world problems.

The supermodel posted a photo of her flying coach on an airplane after significant delays and boarding issues.

“I haven’t slept in 4 days and my flight got cancelled,” Harlow wrote. “We had to give up our business class seats in order to land in time for a huge shoot.”

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I haven’t slept in 4 days, and my flight got cancelled. The amazing airport escort got my team and I put on the fastest flight out but we had to give up our business class seats in order to land in time for a huge shoot at 6am. I realize this may not seem like a big deal to some, but when a plane is your bedroom and a flight the only time to get sleep during a hectic fashion month, it’s tiresome. Regardless I’m grateful, god works in mysterious ways and everything happens for a reason. It’s not everyday glamour, you have to do what you have to do to be successful in life 🙏🏽❤️ to reach your goals the grind never stops! (Ty @hbjbofficial for being my pillow😴😁)

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“I realize this may not seem like a big deal to some, but when a plane is your bedroom and a flight the only time to get sleep during a hectic fashion month, it’s tiresome,” she continued. “Regardless I’m grateful, god works in mysterious ways and everything happens for a reason.”

Social media reaction to Harlow’s post was split. Some users sympathized with the busy pace and grind of her modelling career. Others argued many people fly coach daily and said her complaining sounded like a “first-world problem.”

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The Daily Mail wrote an article about the complaints lodged against Harlow. The headline reads, “Winnie Harlow comes under fire for bemoaning flying economy.”

“Hmm ‘bemoaning’.. not,” Harlow clapped back. “Winnie Harlow is grateful for being able to get on a flight period because of the amazing work of the people in the airport?” she wrote. “If the class mattered I could’ve waited for the next availability.”