Lil Pump Banned From JetBlue Airways For Refusing To Wear A Mask

Lil Pump Banned From JetBlue Airways For Refusing To Wear A Mask

Lil Pump is no longer allowed to fly with JetBlue thanks to his refusal to put on a mask during a flight.

Lil Pump (real name Gazzy Garcia), allegedly refused to wear a mask on a flight from Fort Lauderdale to Los Angeles.

A representative for the airline, Derek Dombrowski, told USA Today Monday (Dec. 28th), that Lil Pump:

“became verbally abusive with crew members after being asked multiple times and refusing to comply with JetBlue’s face covering policy.”

Lil Pump

The policy states that all passengers older than two years old are required to wear a face mask on flights in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 and keep everyone on board safe.

Police also had to get involved in the incident.

Dombrowski added that Lil Pump’s

“return reservation was cancelled and he is no longer welcome to fly on JetBlue. The safety of all customers and crew members is JetBlue’s first priority.”

Lil Pump has been no stranger to headlines lately. He sparked controversy when he publicly endorsed Donald Trump just days before the election. It was later reported that he never even registered to vote after turning 18 on Aug.17, 2018.

Lil Pump proudly hails from Miami and purchased his first home in Miami Beach last year. But he’s reportedly also failed to pay taxes and owes $45,000 for 2019.

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Authored by: Char Patterson