Marlon Wayans speaks out after being cited for disturbing

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Marlon Wayans speaks out after being removed from a United Airlines flight and cited for disturbing the peace on Friday.

The 50-year-old comedian shared an Instagram video in which he told fans he would have to miss his shows in Kansas City, Missouri, on Friday night after an incident with a gate agent at a Denver, Colorado airport.

“Maaaaaan the bull —- I’m experiencing at @united is unprecedented BULL —-,” Wayans wrote in the caption of his post.

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Marlon Wayans expressed his frustration in multiple social media posts after being removed from a United Airlines flight and receiving a citation for disturbing the peace. (Marlon WayansInstagram)

He continued: “People abusing their ‘power.’ Bro claimed I had too many bags so I obeyed and consolidated them. He was like ‘oh now you need to check that bag’. Bye. I’m on chair 2 A come hello.”


“Most cops are always love but every now and then you come across BAD PEOPLE. This was one of them. @united this type of employee should never work at your company. I am writing a letter DEAR SIR.”

The “Scary Movie” star was issued a ticket for disturbing the peace of the Denver Police Department, a department spokesperson confirmed to Fox News Digital.

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In another Instagram post, Wayans spoke about the quote and talked about an interaction with an unnamed gate agent.

The comedian recounted an interaction with a gate agent at a Denver airport. (Paul J. Richards/AFP via Getty Images)

“Yes, a ticket… that’s all they could give me,” he wrote in the caption. “Dude tried to lie and say I assaulted him. The video clearly shows I never touched him. He was desperate for authority.”

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Wayans continued, “I’ve flown over 15,000,000 miles in my life and I’ve rarely had any problems. Anyone who knows me knows I’m a soft-spoken fellow. This cop clearly had his eye on me.”

“He asked me to consolidate my bags and I complied. Then he said, now I have to check the bag because since I consolidated it into one bag it was too big. At that point I said ‘see you now am you just f– — with me’. So I took my ticket from the counter and got on the plane.”

The New York native went on to say he wanted compensation for the missed shows and an apology to his fans, adding that he would be contacting his lawyers.


“This was harassment and I will make enough noise to make sure all my friends and family and people stop flying @united. This will be a business matter. Black people all kinds of racism and classism. I will not allow this About a bag “You owe me money for my shows I missed, you all owe me for my problems, you owe my fans a damn apology. This was the highest level of disrespect. And should have been avoided. The next call is to my lawyers. And yes, I’m going to DM THE BOSS!!!”

In a statement to Fox News Digital, a spokesman for United Airlines wrote: “Friday in Denver, a customer who had been told he would have to check his bag at the gate instead pushed past a United employee at the jetbridge and tried to board the plane. The customer is not flying with United to his destination.”

In another Instagram post, Wayans shared a photo of himself sitting on a plane and holding up an American Airlines ticket. He confirmed he had boarded a flight operated by the airline and demanded “answers”, “apologies” and “changes” from United Airlines.

Wayans told his fans that the incident caused him to miss his shows in Kansas City. (Getty)

“Fly where you are respected, protected and loved. @americanair concierge key!!!” Wayans wrote.

He continued, “No more @united for me. You guys treated a top notch brother very 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.”

Wayans also uploaded a photo to Instagram which he says showed a passenger boarding the United Airlines flight with several carry-on bags.

“Meanwhile, a white dude walked on with 3 bags and flew in a coach,” Wayans wrote. “Hey @united, what happened to the “2-bag policy”? This was bull—- and that cop should get a reprimand… You. Know I’m p—– if I’m starting to use power words.”

The comedian later shared an excerpt from his 2004 movie “White Chicks.” In the caption, he quoted a line from the movie: “I’m soooo freakin’ p —–!”

Wayans representatives did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment.

Ashley Hume is an entertainment writer for Fox News Digital. Story tips can be sent to [email protected] and on Twitter: @ashleyhume

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