20-year-old rapper, real name Gazi Garcia Derek Dombrowski, a JetBlue representative, has confirmed he is banned from flying on JetBlue after refusing to wear a face mask during his flight on Sunday.
During his flight from Fort Lauderdale to Los Angeles, the “Gucci Gang” singer became verbally abusive with crew members after being asked multiple times and refusing to comply with JetBlue’s face-covering policy, “resulting in law enforcement involvement.
“His return reservation has been canceled and he is no longer welcome to fly with JetBlue,” Dombrowski said. “The safety of all customers and crew members is JetBlue’s number one priority.”
The airline’s COVID-19 policy requires all passengers aged two years and over to wear a face covering throughout the flight to ensure the safety of all customers and crew.
A representative of Garcia declined to comment.
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