Exclusive Details! Kandi Burruss And Todd Tucker KICKED OFF FLIGHT TO HAWAII?!?

#HawaiianAirlines just kicked us off for no reason. This was so crazy & random! 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. 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???? I barely said a word to that flight attendant. Everybody sitting around us was like what are they talking about! This shit is crazy.

A video posted by Kandi Burruss (@kandiburruss) on


UPDATED: This happened on the thirty minute flight for Honolulu to Maui. They pushed back, and actually began taxing to the runway, and then returned to the gate and ejected Kandi and Todd. They were deep in COACH. There is no explanation that any TamaraTattles spies on the plane could decipher.  WTF?



When your girl selfie game strong 😉#frickandfrack @porsha4real

A photo posted by PHAEDRA (@phaedraparks) on


This is Phaedra posting on first leg of the flight, somehow thinking these filters that stretch the fuck out of their faces like a Stretch Armstrong doll look normal and even attractive! So strange to me. Newsflash y’alls selfie game could not beat the Bad News Bears before they had a coach.

What the mother fuck is going on here?  Lord this RHOA CASTING TRIP IS A HOT MESS ALREADY!

Kandi is the most chill person of the bunch! But now that you have pressed her, it’s going to be ON on the west coast.


Filed under Cynthia Bailey, Entertainment News, Filming Real Housewives of Atlanta, Kandi Burruss, Kenya Moore, Peter Thomas, Phaedra Parks, Porsha Williams, Real Housewives of Atlanta, RHOA, Sheree Whitfield, Todd Tucker

83 responses to “Exclusive Details! Kandi Burruss And Todd Tucker KICKED OFF FLIGHT TO HAWAII?!?

  1. iv

    There has to be more to this story…. They don’t kick people off for no reason.

    • TheArtistFormerlyKnownAsYoya

      I don’t know, I don’t feel like Kandi’s one to make up stuff. There are a lot of crazy stories about airlines doing whack things like this. Guaranteed they didn’t know who Kandi Burruss is.

    • tamaratattles

      The only thing that would make sense is if Kandi freaked out because they pushed back with her baggage claim ticket still at the gate. I could see me having a hissy fit if i had something expensive checked (but I NEVER CHECK ANYTHING). But if I were her… I could see it. But really, it doesn’t make much sense. And even with production already being on site, you would think SOMEONE would be on the flight to babysit and film if shit went down.

      I don’t get if Bravo bought all the tickets, why Kandi and Todd’s would be at issue instead of all of them. They really are the least lickly to cause a problem.

      • Minky

        It’s a conspiracy, I tell you!!! 😂 Hahahahahahaha!!!

        But for real dough: I smell some Porsha involvement here. Porsha probably convinced someone at the home office (Bravo) to fuck with Kandi and Todd’s airplane tickets as revenge for the restaurant incident where Kandi scared Porsha into the street. Whoever it is that Porsha is servicing is the one who probably messed with the tickets, or got the trip booker to do it.

        And no, I don’t believe my conspiracy theory is all that far fetched. Porsha, and Phaedra who probably coached her, are vindictive as all the demons in hell. I can totally see them doing something like that.

      • I miss you, drunk as shit at this point but sent you an email on a nurder case. I just can’t do Bravo with the exception of Southern Charm and gossip from RHOA. I hope you are doing better and your doc can write a script for sudafed allowing you to bypass the BS, and possibly saving you money.

      • Fuck, i know doctors in FL and SC can write sudafed scripts….oh well you can just join me in Charleston or Tallahassee…like I said DRUNK

    • Microop

      I know I’m going to get attacked for this but often times people think that black people are overreacting or louder or more threatening etc. The other night I was out to dinner with some friends. There was a group of very loud white women to our left and a group of very loud black women to our right. One of my friends began complaining about “how loud black people are.” Two of us had to point out to her that the other group was just as loud she just wasn’t conditioned to see it as a problem. I’m not saying that’s what happened to Kandi, but I think it’s possible.

      • Pam

        It seems more than possible that somebody was racist. They were put coach??? Kandi is a multi millionaire. It makes me wonder if they got the right seats or if the airlines were messing with them out the gate…hmm It’s weird.

      • Dexter

        Thirty minute flight? Probably smaller plane with no first class. I fly an hour from Philadelphia to North Carolins. No first class.

      • Minky

        I know that, unfortunately, there are still racists in this country. It’s sad and unacceptable that in this day and age there are people who still think that way. Thankfully many of those people are old and their idiotic prejudices will die when they do.

        But for some reason I can’t see a big airline company doing something like that. Why even go to the trouble of singling out Todd and Kandi based on their race? It’s patently stupid.

        And don’t get me started on loud white people. If you’ve never been around a gaggle of screeching, squealing white women having a party in a restaurant, you’re luckier than I. Sheesh!

      • tamaratattles


      • TheArtistFormerlyKnownAsYoya

        Microop, I get the feeling it was something like that.

      • Matzah60

        I think what you’re saying is very true, Microop. Blacks are often targeted simply because of their color and in this case, maybe Kandi was targeted because they are black, have a slight southern accent, and because she was frantic about her luggage. I would have done the same thing. Like TT, I have stopped checking things on a flight. I bring my luggage with me, however, if you are going away to Honolulu, it’s doubtful you could bring only on piece of luggage.

        If you stand up and show any sense of urgency or your voice is raised even a bit, it has become quite common to see someone ejected on my experiences flying in the last year. The flights are all overbooked, coupled with several downed international planes in the last two years, and the increased fear of terrorism, these flight attendants won’t put up with anything.

      • tamaratattles


      • Karen

        And its not even remotely possible it may have been? Planes rarely taxi back unless there is a threat detected and you stated you find it hard to believe that Kandi would have been threatening.

        The inability to call anything racist is just as bad as those perceived as calling everything racist.

      • Gapeachinsc

        Thank you, Karen and Micro. The whole race thing has gotten so twisted that legitimate cases are being ignored. I know I’m fixing to piss you off, TT and I know this post isn’t about racism but it is everywhere and it seems to me that most of “White America” misses it completely. And a Black woman raising her voice is indeed often perceived as threatening while a White woman raising her voice is often deemed difficult. And maybe that’s what happened.

      • Allison

        I’m part of “white america” but hardly immune to racism or the plight of those affected by it. My mother remarried an African American man, I was raised with his daughter who is my sister just as much as he is my father-I experienced prejudice personally, and had my heart broken when I experienced it towards my much loved family. So I resent it being said that I don’t get racism.

      • Microop

        It might not be, ticketing issues happen to everyone. But the reason I posed it as a possibility was Kandis perspective of events. If we assume her perpective is accurate, that she barely said anything and then was told they need to get off the plane for starting a commotion, then maybe they were mistreated. But she might not be relaying events accurately. Maybe they were hysterical. Maybe they were going to get kicked off the flight regardless, because of issues with their reservation. I think all possibilities are valid. Not everything is about race, but sometimes they are, and I don’t think it’s bad to point it out. I think it can be productive and make us as a community all more cognizant of our micro prejudices.

      • Karen

        Not everything is about race. Totally got it. However, some things are and from all we’ve seen from Kandi over the years, she’s not one to simply over react. Couple that with the fact that TT received verification from another passenger on the plain and it’s entirely possible her version of events is accurate.

        Mind you, Kandi didn’t evwn mention racism, unless I didn’t hear all that she said.

      • Minky

        Seriously everybody, like I already basically said, the chances of this thing being a racial issue, even back when we didn’t know more details, were slim to none. Additionally it’s kind of insulting to Kandi & Todd and all black people to think that it was.

        It’s like being a woman and just assuming that you’ve been treated poorly because you’re female. Yeah, sometimes that happens, but not always.

        There was obviously some odd mix up with Kandi & Todd’s tickets. Why or how that happened we’ll probably never know. But anybody who’s traveled a lot has had to deal with delayed flights, lost luggage, cancelled reservations, and the like.

        I love MY little conspiracy theory, but I don’t REALLY believe it. The photo of Porsha and Phaedra looking the way they look in the post just set my mind to wandering. That’s all.

      • Karen

        I’m black and don’t take it as an insult. I mean this next statement in the best possible way. Please don’t speak for me. :)

      • Minky

        I wasn’t speaking for you. What gave you that idea Karen?

        I was actually speaking about make snap judgements when being uninformed about a situation or not knowing where somebody might be coming from, whether emotionally, spiritually, intellectually, etc. Kind of like what you just did.

      • Karen

        You said it was an insult to black people. As a black person that’s speaking for me, although I’m sure that was not your intent but generalizations can appear that way.

      • tamaratattles

        And what color are you GaPeachSC, and why are you speaking on behalf of another race?

      • Gspeachinsc

        I’m Lebanese. I was born in GA but later moved all over the US with my family and settled back in GA when I was in high school. It was a rude awakening and things I witnessed were appalling. I’m now in my 50’s and most of my closest girlfriends are black. To this day, it amazes me the difference in treatment by the public with my white friends vs my black friends. I hear well meaning white people make some of the most racist comments. I live in SC now and work in the corporate world. I am SO PROUD of Atlanta cause we have come so far but based on what I see here in SC is scary to me. I care so much because we have still have so far to go and I love ALL of us but I believe white America is still “asleep” and don’t really get it. I try to explain to my white friends why cops not releasing body cam videos can allow cover ups to continue to take place but all they want to acknowledge are riots that may ensue. These days my belief system causes me to believe riots and all of that may be unavoidable. Kind of like the pendulum has to swing in order to balance things out. Thank you for asking me why I care. It’s an important question in almost every situation.

      • Margarett

        Believe it or not, gapeach, all of white Americans are not “asleep”. Yet your post lumps all together.

        Can you not see the irony?

      • Minky

        It had nothing to do with speaking for you or any other black people. It was about the intention of people who make assumptions, not the reception of that assumption, that’s ultimately based on prejudice, by a person who belongs to that racial group. While I understand that in most cases people mean well, automatically blaming what happened to Kandi and Todd in this situation on racism is extremely rude, not to mention a bunch of other things.

        Expecting something negative to happen to someone just because of their race, ethnicity, religion, or using that as the go-to explanation of why something has gone wrong for someone, is not very much different than viewing that person as somehow handicapped, and unable to influence the world around them at all, or look out for themselves in any way, shape or form. You’re assuming that person is helpless. That does not come from a good place on the part of the person who views others in that way, no matter what the race of the person doing the viewing. Pitying someone is actually a very cruel sentiment.

        That’s why it’s an insult on the part of the person making that assumption. I was actually trying to NOT speak for anybody other than myself. This is how I feel. The fact that you think everything is about you, even though this story is a specific event involving somebody else (Kandi & Todd) says a lot about you specifically, and not all black people. You’re the one making generalizations.

  2. Joanplus2dogs

    That’s crazy!! Not a good move on Delta part. Guess Bravo doesn’t have much pull or else none of the staff are HW fans. Cannot blame them for being furious.

  3. Piper

    So Im A flight attendant and we do not, and cannot kick people off for no reason. And if the captain gets involved it’s because someone has complained, he has final say on who can fly on the aircraft. It can open up the airline to many lawsuits .

    • tamaratattles

      I think Hawaiian Air may get one. I’ve talked to people on the flight!

    • But the plane was already leaving the gate. The captain is busy with the plane and is relying on the word of the flight attendant at this point.

      I don’t understand how they were even allowed on the plane if their ticket wasn’t registering or if there was a red flag on it.

      I think the flight attendant was having a bad day and screwed up.

      I wonder if this will be on the show or if Delta will give Bravo and Kandi a lot of free miles to make this disappear and avoid the bad publicity.

      • Erik

        Why is this a Delta issue? She was kicked off of Hawaiian Airlines. It is a totally separate airline and has nothing too do with Delta…

      • TheArtistFormerlyKnownAsYoya

        @Erik they booked through Delta, who used Hawaiian for their connector flight.

    • Katherine 2.0

      Sadly, that may be true for your airline, but not others. Personal experience here.

  4. Allison

    And she is super calm while filming her story-if she had just caused a commotion I would think there’d be some residual heated-ness.

    I don’t think porsha’s reach goes that far, personally.

    But porsha and Phaedra buddying up-so tacky yet so appropriate. Thot 1 and thot 2. Blech. Btw-my phone autocorrected porsha from piranha. Snicker.

  5. Chef Paul Goodwin

    True story, I was on the plane and they kicked them off for no reason at all.

  6. Chef Paul Goodwin

    Nobody on the plane had a clue why they kicked them off.

    • SaraSally

      It smells like production to me. Kandi likes to stay afloat from drama, but production a wants her to earn her paycheck.

  7. Margarett

    If this was about anyone except Kandi, I’d be thinking ” yeah, sure, right”. But it is and I’m not.

    It is a difficult age and the people are not nearly as nice as they were at one time. My husband and I say that it’s the days of “Air Greyhound”.

    • Minky

      These airlines need to put their rudeness and incompetence right back where they found them. It’s ridiculous!

      Half the time they don’t have their shit together. It’s a fucking slap in the face to the passengers. Especially when you’ve payed an ass-load of money to travel.

      And don’t get me started on airplane food. Do they have the same caterers as the prisons? Ew!

      • Matzah60

        I totally agree, Minky. Around 3 years after being married, we went to Hawaii. The plane was half full, we got three full meals and snacks. Movies were shown for the duration of a 12 hour flight from Chicago. They don’t even give you a fucking snack, not a bag of nuts or pretzels…just a crappy non-alcoholic drink. They are rude, won’t take a credit card, and sometimes say you must have exact change or no drink and no snacks. They charge $25/per bag.

        The seats aren’t even made of faux leather anymore. They make them out of plastic so they can stuff more people in the airplane. I read on my last flight that they have removed one bathroom off of each airplane (American Airlines, formerly, US Scare) to accommodate more seats.

        I really feel uncomfortable when I don’t have any personal space and my anxiety runs high when I fly. I have no real fear of flying, but I don’t want to feel someone breathing on me or hear them because their seat is so close to mine I can’t frigging move.

        I have two full knee replacements and on my way to Erie, PA to see my son in school, they didn’t have a full body scan machine at Erie. They quite literally frisked me from head to toe with plastic gloves on. I couldn’t believe that they didn’t even have a hand scanner. It was quite humiliating.

      • Lindsay

        My aunt loves to tell the tale of a cross-country flight she took a few years ago where she got half a can of soda and a “snickers bar that didn’t even have room for a nut”. I die laughing every time.

    • Dexter

      When I was a kid we flew to Florida a couple times a year. People wore ties on the plane. Dresses.

    • Str8gal

      I’ve talked to a sound person who has filmed with #RHOA before and out of everyone, He says Todd and Kandi are the nicest most down to Earth people ever. I’m sure it was a communication problem between the stewardess and the Captain flying. They could have just had the person who took the tickets text them a pic of their baggage tickets. No reason to turn the flight around.

      • tamaratattles

        I spoke to someone ON THE FLIGHT who said there was no disturbance and no one witnessed anything that would cause them to be removed from the flight.

  8. Chef Paul Goodwin

    Maby this is why they underpay (allegedly) the pilots on Hawaiian Air?? 😂maby they get what they deserve.

  9. Wonky Tonk

    That’s kind of crazy that they would be kicked off without feeling as though they’ve done anything wrong. I’ll be curious to see how that airline justifies it.

    • Minky

      Continuing my conspiracy theory, maybe they were kicked off because their ID’s didn’t match the info for the ticket. I know that’s a stretch, but I can’t think of a reason why someone who’s got a legitimately assigned seat on a flight would get kicked off, save perhaps raising red flags regarding terrorism.

      A friend of mine was on an overseas flight once. She and all of the other passengers had already been seated on the airplane, but they sat there in the plane for an ungodly amount of time waiting for things to get going. Well, after who knows how many hours, someone came along to arrest one of the passengers. THAT’S why the flight had been delayed for so long.

      I don’t work in the airline industry, but maybe Piper can help us out. How unruly would a passenger have to get to be escorted off of a plane before it takes off?

      • WonkyTonk

        It had to have something to do with the tickets and their baggage check in. Maybe their bags failed an initial security check of some kind.

  10. LisaPat

    I was half asleep and saw this on tv.. then I came downstairs to see if TT verified it and here it is! I am skeptical of most news these days unless i hear it here. One thing I will say about Kandi is that she isn’t a liar. If this was Porsha, I would assume she flipped out. But, I believe Kandi when she says that they said nothing. I think the flight crew knew they were filming and there was probably some talk about the antics on the show so they looked for a reason to find a group of black women problematic. If i were Kandi, I would sue for discrimination!

  11. BaBaBinx

    I have flown that flight several times and it is literally UP and DOWN. I am not surprised they sat in Coach. You would be crazy to spend your money on a first class seat, even if you have tons to burn. Also, everytime I have flown it, it was only a handful of passengers on it – I mean, like maybe 10 of us. They were almost completely empty flights and the attendants were super chill. When you are flying from Honolulu to Maui, it ain’t the same vibe as a mainland flight. Most people are in a wonderful mood! The whole situation is weird. I can’t imagine Kandi ever being kicked off a flight.

  12. Not Andy Cohen

    I’m gonna take a stab that no RHOA cast member had anything to do with this. I dislike Porsha but if the cast was on this plane and what’s evidence that Kenya has a distain for Porsha, I doubt everyone would stay mum if this did happen leading to everyone getting ejected. Just a thought. I know if my good friend was getting ejected from any situation due to the hands of someone I dislike or not on friendly terms, my ass wouldn’t stay silent.

    • Allison

      I agree, not Andy-this I’m sure has nothing to do with bravo or housewives. They just aren’t that far reaching and I don’t smell conspiracy. For the pilot to go back to the gate is somewhat of a big deal, so I’m sure it was an airline deal. I’d love to know what the heck happened and why someone got a hair ‘cross their booty.

  13. Cat

    How weird!

    Do they scan luggage on a short flight like that? Maybe the x-ray of her luggage showed some items from her sex toy line, and were mistaken for weapons? :)

    Or…maybe the crew has actually SEEN the show, and how these women behave?

    Nah, in that case, they would have kicked all of them off.

    • Spunky2015

      Good point, Cat. My last flight I packed my hairdryer in my carry on luggage and got the ultimate pat down (private room) and my carry on bag was checked twice. They were all nervous about a hair dryer and afraid to let me go. I said take the $20 hair dryer then and they did and just made my flight. Will never take a hair dryer with me again.

      I bet it was her stupid toys that looked suspicious.

    • WonkyTonk

      My thinking as well, but not the sexy sexy stuff. Lol I kind of like that your mind went right to that. That’s kind of funny.

    • Dee

      Cat, glad you found chemo induced PN video. You can google too!

    • Sliceo'pie

      I don’t think it had anything to do with luggage. I think it’s something to do with a ticket.-possibly a boarding ticket.
      I don’t think they were checked through to Maui – I’m wondering if they failed to check in at the gate and get their boarding pass -because they believed they were checked through all the way from Atlanta to Maui. It’s an easy mistake to make.

      I’m wondering if once all the passengers were on the plane, they did a head check and there was a discrepancy between the gate count and the passengers on the plane and that’s what brought the gate agent onto the plane in the first place. The gate agent took Kandi/Todd’s ticket.

      Re the luggage –Kandi and Todd had to re-check their luggage in Oahu – first you have to go through Agriculture for screening and then TSA re-screens the bags.

      I think people are caught on the luggage because Kandi called for the flight attendant and asked for her ticket back because it had her luggage claim attached (the person at the gate had come on the plane and taken her ticket IIRC) – you need that if bags are lost.

      All guesses but fun to guess – A stressful day here and I appreciate the diversion!

  14. JKR

    I’ll wait for your opinion on this as it unravels, because bizarre.
    Those are filters on top of filters. Looks like the snapchat big eye/face perfecting filter, with a color toning filter on top of it. I try not to use that stuff on because I have friends who know what I ACTUALLY look like. And doe-eyed, perfect skin and complexion, with no underchin would be quite a drastic shock to seeing me in person. Why bother? People just expect you to be prettier than you actually are, I would think it’s more of a disappointment at that point than any help.

  15. BigDaddyMike

    This IS Kandi and Todd we talkn about…..
    They might have been getting a little freaky and someone caught them! Lol

  16. TGG

    So the not in the system story is plausable. Hawaiian and Delta have seperate Reservation system so they where flying ATL-HNL and interlined to Hawaiian HNL-OGG (unless it was a code share flight with a DL number but I dont think it was) and its possible the agent in ATL didnt check them in all the way since they’ll have to change planes and go to the interisland terminal in Honolulu after clearing agriculture. They probably had boarding passes and simply went to the next flight not being checked in all the way. It’s just a strange story. If they didnt take the next Hawaiian flight like every 30, they probably were put on a puddle jumper of Island Air or Mokulele.

  17. tamaratattles

    Wow. Such conspiracy theories. It’s says a lot about the state of the world that so many people go straight to racial allegations.

    The flight was full. There were about 20 or so RHOA associated people on the flight. Mostly black. The issue was not with a flight attendant but a gate agent. It sounds to me like they were not assigned seats all the way through to Maui and somehow just walked on with everyone else. There was some kind of issue with their ticket and the Honolulu agent, I used to be a gate agent. The pilot has to know the correct number of passengers for many reasons. I would guess as often as that flight goes it was easier to put Kandi and Todd out and put them on the next one than to hold the whole plane up while they worked things out.

    • Sliceo'pie

      I’ve flown on this flight at least 14 times and that’s what I think happened. Something with a ticket or a boarding pass. You can no longer check your bags through to Maui – you have to get them in Oahu and re-check them with Hawaiian which is in a different terminal – it’s a pain in the neck (#luxury problems).

      What stuns me is that this is the most incredibly chill flight! The flight attendants serve juice in little cups and often stand in the aisle and chat with the passengers – the security is pretty lax too (I won’t go into detail) It’s full of excited tourists and people who work on the island who fly back and forth from Oahu. I believe it’s $89.00. There are only 12 first class seats-they’re hard to secure plus it’s only 25 minutes!
      I’m pretty astonished by the whole thing in general – the fact that it involves Kandi is even more odd-I just don’t picture her making a big scene.
      Somebody’s got some ‘splanning to do.

    • Allison

      Right on TT, you were a gate agent? I worked for American for 10 years, and the flight bennies were worth every second.

      • tamaratattles

        I was a SCAB at Eastern briefly. I got fired after a trip to Jamaica. I had a seat in first and there was a shitty male flight attendant who took a dislike to me. I might have partied a bit to much in Jamaica.

      • Allison

        Ouch-yeah, that was probably bad 😉 The flight benefits couldn’t be beat-I always flew 1st class for literally next to nothing, but I’ve been yanked off a flight before to make room for paying passengers. Par for the course. I used to take my kids on the BDL-SJU nonstop in the morning, then the nonstop return the same evening, we’d go to the beach for the day. It sure beat the toilet that is Long Island Sound.

  18. PeachyKeen

    I would be angry and would insist my luggage was taken off with me…..

  19. DejaBlue53

    When I came back from Hawaii, we were delayed on the plane for what seemed forever. They finally told us the amount of baggage on the plane didn’t match the amount of what passengers had claimed, so there was one bag that was not matched to someone. We had to get off and wait for them to find which bag to remove. When we found out what the problem was, I was fine with it. I’d rather be delayed, than blow up over the Pacific. Some people were really angry even after we got the explanation. Better safe and inconvenienced than dead right on time.

    • PeachyKeen

      I can understand the difference from flying back to the mainland versus a transfer of bags from
      Island hopping. Normally transfer flights bags never see the owner again till you reach your final destination?

  20. I wondered about how many bags she checked? The HW ladies aren’t known for packing light. remember Africa? What was allowable on Delta may not be accepted on the smaller plane/commuter routes. OK the sex toy scan occurred to me as well…

  21. Anastasia_Beave

    Ewwwwww that picture.

  22. More Tea Please!

    From Hawaiian Airlines Facebook:

    Christian Kim
    September 30 at 2:01pm

    You don’t just get kicked off a plane for no reason. This has nothing to do with race, status, DL or anything. Their was a problem with her ticket and Kandi Buruss got mad that she was placed in COACH. She even made Snaps about it complaining about the situation before deleting it. IDK if people around her complained or if the flight crew had enough of her YELLING AND SCREAMING on the plane that they turned around and the pilot asked her to catch another flight. OF COURSE she is gonna act like she was the victim and go on social media to blast the airline. AND of course her followers are going to jump to conclusions without knowing the whole story and throw the race card, many of them never visitng Hawaii not knowing that their is every shade of skin color here. Her reputation says it all when it comes to ANGER and DRAMA. DONT COME TO HAWAII AND START DRAMA!!! WE DONT NEED THAT BS!!

    • TheArtistFormerlyKnownAsYoya

      This is some random comment someone left on HA Facebook, right? How do we know that’s what really happened?

  23. tamaratattles


    • Allison

      As usual. TT is right-HA released a statement saying just that along with a sort of half assed apology-but not race, not snobbiness, no conspiracy, not a commotion-a ticketing issue.

  24. Behoro

    Hawaiian Airlines is the worst. 23 yrs ago when I had the big bucks, I took 11 of my friends and flew us all first class to Hawaii. Our Hawaiian airlines flight started from LA (we flew delta from Florida to LA). I handed the flight attendant all of our tickets and we all went to the seats we were assigned, but didn’t sit in the seats with our assigned names, just sat next to whoever we wanted to but still in all the seats I had paid for. The flight attendant came and asked which was my assigned seat and I said I didn’t know bc I had given the tickets to one on the flight attendants. That was all that was said before she disappeared and came back and told me I had to leave the plane. Only me. They let all my friends stay on the plane. I got off the plane and went directly to the pay phone and called the guy I had arranged the trip thru. About 5 minutes later, here come all my friends. They said they kept asking what the problem was and why was I kicked off. No one would answer them. So on their own they got off the plane and Hawaiian Airlines had to rebook us for the next morning. I thought I had heard several years ago that Hawaiian Airlines went bankrupt and I told my friends that that’s what they get for being such jerks. So I guess they didn’t go bankrupt and I’m not surprised that they’re still assholes for no reason.
    By the way, I’m white and and only 2 of my friends that went with me were black. And they got to stay on the plane. So yeah, they’re butts to everyone.

  25. tamaratattles

    I am closing these comments.

    I’m disgusted by a lot of you.

    There was a problem with ticketing. Shit happens.

    Kandi in no way indicated that anything that happened was race related. Hawaii is one of the most racially diverse states in the union. The fact that y’all want to make EVERY GODDAMN THING ABOUT RACE is so damn wrong, I just can’t read anymore.

    I just can’t.

    I am not going to let my site be part of the problem. Many of you are part of the problem. And it’s not the black commenters. It is the white ones who assume that Kandi must have been an angry black woman. Did she seem angry to you on the video? Upset yes. Angry no.

    I spoke with someone ON THE MOTHERFUCKING FLIGHT that said there was no issue. No one knew why they were taken off the plane. There was no angry black woman/man event. If you believe what idiots make up elsewhere take your angry mob there.

    If there is anything I hate more than racist bullshit, it is white people with there condescending knee jerk reactions say that “It must have been because [person involved] is black.


    Stop making this a fucking racial issue.

    • Amy

      Why does everything have to be made into a race issue now a days.. Christ. You now how many times I have been treated poorly by black people and I don’t call the fucking news. Get the F over this shit people.

  26. Happy gal

    I must have read TT state over and over that Kandi did not make a scene and that this was not racial motivated yet still people kept insisting it was . Why must it always be about that even when it isn’t. Pay attention and read what the lady that owns the site and has the sources writes