Smith, who was deemed too fat to fly by Southwest Airlines earlier this year, tweeted his ire about missing a Virgin Airlines flight Monday despite arriving at the gate with first-class tickets minutes before his scheduled departure.
Meanwhile, Kardashian is drawing fire for comments she made Monday comparing the process of passing through airport security to being raped in public.
"Well, they basically are just raping you in public," she told George Lopez on his TBS show.
Kardashian said she opted for a pat down because she didn't want the "X-ray to see everything," but was shocked at how aggressive the screener was.
"They say, 'OK, I'm going to be patting you down and I'm going to be touching the crease of your a--.' That is so inappropriate," she told Lopez, adding, "They are so aggressive and forceful."
Kardashian said when she tried to lower her arms, the screener pushed them back up. "She said, 'Don't move or I'm going to get tough,'" she recalled. "I'm like, 'Going to get tough?' Geez."
That's when Lopez interjected, "She might not have been TSA. She might have been a lady from the bar," drawing laughs.
Former "Baywatch" star D'Errico was more reserved discussing her recent experience with airport screening but still questioned why she was singled out for what she called a "naked scan."
"It is my personal belief that they pulled me aside because they thought I was attractive," D'Errico, who posed for the September 1995 issue of Playboy, told AOL News Monday.