‘Yellowstone’ Star Kicked Off Airplane For Refusing To Sit Subsequent To Masked Passenger

Yellowstone Actor Forrie J. Smith looks on during the PBR Pluto TV Invitational, on February 22nd, 2022, at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, California.

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Yellowstone” star and aparrent fool Forrie J. Smith posted on Instagram over the weekend that he was “kicked off” a flight and left stranded in Houston as a result of he refused to take a seat subsequent to a different passenger who was carrying a masks. What a schmuck.

“I simply advised them I don’t really feel comfy about sitting subsequent to anyone that needed to put on a masks, and I’m off the airplane,” Smith mentioned in an Instagram video. He additionally mentioned that he had “been ingesting” for no less than three hours on the Houston airport, however assured viewers that he wasn’t drunk. He additionally blamed a part of the explanation he was kicked off the airplane on the idea he was drunk.

“[Y]ou folks gained’t arise and inform all people what bullshit that is,” the actor, who performs Lloyd Pierce on the Western collection, mentioned.

The video, which has over 21,000 likes, additionally has lots of of feedback from people all asking the identical query: why does he care that somebody is carrying a masks? Effectively, he by no means answered that query, and his illustration has not responded to requests for remark from a number of media shops.

Hell, we’re not even certain the place the 65-year-old actor was heading or what airline he was alleged to fly on. It additionally isn’t clear if Houston was his unique airport or if this was a layover as a result of he didn’t appear too certain of the place he was in the Instagram video.

One factor is completely clear: this man stinks, man.

This isn’t the “Yellowstone” star’s first brush with Covid truther-ism, NBC Information explains:

Smith has beforehand been vocal about his public well being beliefs. He skipped the Display screen Actors Guild Awards in 2022 as a consequence of Covid vaccination necessities.

”I’m not vaccinated, I can’t get vaccinated,” Smith mentioned in a now deleted Instagram video. “I consider they compromise your immunities … It’s no offense to anybody. It’s simply my beliefs. I simply don’t consider in that stuff.”

That is one thing of a growing story, and Jalopnik will be sure you replace it when and if extra data turns into accessible.

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