A Yellowstone star was thrown off of a flight after he made this shocking decision

Yellowstone is one of the most popular television shows.

The drama involving a cast member was more surprising than anything in the series.

And a Yellowstone star was thrown off of a flight after he made this shocking decision.

Yellowstone actor Forrie J. Smith plays the senior ranch hand Lloyd Pierce on the hit series. 

He missed the 2022 Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards where the Western drama’s cast was nominated for Best Ensemble in a Drama Series because of the award show’s vaccine mandate.

“I want to apologize to y’all for not being at the Screen Actors Guild Awards,” Smith said. “I mean no offense to anyone. I’m not vaccinated, and it’s a requirement to be vaccinated.”

Now he finds himself in the middle of another controversy.

Yellowstone star kicked off of a plane

Smith posted a video on social media where he said he was stuck at the Houston, Texas airport because he was thrown off a flight for refusing to sit next to a passenger who was wearing a mask.

“I just got kicked off a plane in — where the hell am I at? — Houston, Texas, because I told them I didn’t feel comfortable sitting next to somebody with a mask on,” Smith said.

“I’ve been sitting in the airport for three hours, yeah, I’m drinking,” Smith added. “But I ain’t drunk. But they throwed me off the plane because ‘I’m drunk’ because you people won’t stand up and tell everybody what bulls*** this is.”

Smith never revealed which airline threw him off their flight or why telling them he didn’t want to sit next to a masked passenger would get him kicked off.

“I just told them I didn’t feel comfortable about sitting next to somebody that had to wear a mask,” Smith continued. “And I’m off the plane.”

Yellowstone getting ready to wrap up

The Paramount Network announced that Yellowstone would begin production on the final episodes of the series this spring, which are scheduled to begin airing in November.

Star Kevin Costner – who plays John Dutton III – left the show despite it still being one of the most popular ones on television.

He blamed a scheduling conflict with the movie Horizon that he was filming.

“We did negotiate. There were issues about creative. I tried to break the log jam. They walked away,” Costner said.

The second half of season five of Yellowstone will mark the end of one of the last non-woke television shows.

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