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Actor Marlon Wayans hit out at United Airlines following a heated exchange that got him kicked off a flight just hours before he was due on stage.
The “White Chicks” star recounted his horror travel experience with fans on Friday, telling them that he had to miss his performance in Kansas City over checking a bag.
After a heated exchange with a member of staff, Wayans said he received a citation for disturbing the peace from the Denver Police Department, TMZ reports.
The actor then confirmed the outlet’s report, sharing a screenshot of TMZ’s article on Instagram.
“He asked me to consolidate my bags, and I complied,” he went on. “Then, said now I have to check the bag because now since I consolidated it into one bag it was too big. At that point, I said, ‘See, now you’re just f–king with me.’
“So I grabbed my ticket off the counter got on the plane. This was harassment, and I will make enough noise to be sure all my friends and family and peoples stop flying @united this will be a corporate matter.”
Wayans later posted a photo where he is seen sitting on an American Airlines flight as he continued his rant.
“Fly where you’re respected, protected and loved. @americanair concierge key!!! No more @united for me,” Wayans said. “Y’all treated a first class brother real disrespectful . I need answers. And they owe me money for missing the shows in KC. This won’t stop until i get some apologies and there are changes.”
In a follow-up post on Instagram, Wayans shared a clip from “White Chicks,” quoting the famous line, “I’m soooo freakin’ pissed!”
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“He was rude and wrong. I know so many people feel like this on a daily basis. What happened to genuine kindness. @united you owe me for my inconvenience, for my missed shows and most of all you owe my disappointed fans. After you compensate me you should give all the fans affected by my no show vouchers for free trips.”
Wayans was scheduled to perform the first of three sold-out nights at the Improv Comedy Theatre in Kansas City.
Page Six has reached out to United Airlines and Denver Police Department for comment.
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