Kandi Burruss and Husband Todd Tucker Kicked Off Hawaiian Flight: They Said 'We Caused Some Sort of Commotion'

by Antoinette Bueno 7:57 AM PDT, September 30, 2016
Playing Kandi Burruss and Husband Todd Tucker Kicked Off Hawaiian Flight: They Said 'We Caused Some Sort of Commotion'

It's safe to say Kandi Burruss and husband Tom Tucker aren't flying on Hawaiian Airlines any time soon.

The 40-year-old Real Housewives of Atlanta star claimed on Thursday that she and her husband, Todd Tucker, were kicked off a Hawaiian Airlines flight "for no reason." Burruss said the two were accused of causing "some sort of commotion" after she requested her ticket back from a flight attendant who took it.

"This was so crazy & random!" Burruss writes, posting video of the plane. "We were sitting in our seat & the gate ticketer came on & asked to see my ticket because it wasn't showing up in their system. I gave him my ticket but it had our baggage claim checks on the back. He never brought it back & the plane started rolling off. I asked the flight attendant where was my ticket & told him I needed the baggage claim ticket just in case my bags didn't make the flight."

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And this is when she claims things took a turn for the worse.

"The flight attendant left & came back & said the pilot was calling to check & then the next thing I know this lady comes on the plane & said she needed Todd & I to get off the plane because we caused some sort of commotion... Really????" the reality star continues. "I barely said a word to that flight attendant. Everybody sitting around us was like what are they talking about! This s**t is crazy."

ET has reached out to Hawaiian Airlines for comment.

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Burruss, of course, isn't the only celeb who's been kicked off of a plane. Last August, singer Jason Derulo exclusively told ET why he and his posse were thrown off a Southwest flight from Reno, Nevada, to Los Angeles.

"It was a little mishap," Derulo told ET at the Teen Choice Awards. "Basically, there was a little confrontation with the people that work at the front."

"One of the guys came on the plane, and one of my people were like, 'You're full of s**t,'" he continued. "They were like, 'You guys got to get out of the plane.' They kicked us all off the plane."

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