Test Text1 under Actor Quentin Aaron was unfor theble playing opposite Sandra bullock in the blindside. His big size, an asset in the role, but not on an airplane. He was booted off, and now saying... See More
Test Text1 under Actor Quentin Aaron was unfor theble playing opposite Sandra bullock in the blindside. His big size, an asset in the role, but not on an airplane. He was booted off, and now saying it's a serious wake you call. Linzie Janis is here with the details. He says it was a humiliating experience, but he's committed to turning it into something positive. Quentin Aaron doesn't like being called big anymore than his character in the oscar-winning movie, "The blindside." I don't like to be called big Mike. Okay. The Hollywood actor had to get off a flight because of his size. I grabbed my bag and got off as quick as possible. It was embarrassing. The 29-year-old who is 6'8" and weighs 550-pounds normally flies first class. But on the connecting flight between Philadelphia and rochest Rochester, New York, there was no first class. Meaning he needed two economy seats. When I saw the seats, I'm literally hoping that no one has to sit next to me, because I knew it wasn't going to work if they did. But someone did, so Aaron had to be rebooked on a later flight. Instead of getting upset, he's using the experience to speed up his plans to lose weight. I live in California, I want to go to the beach with a tank top on and have girls chasing me down the beach. It's not the first time with his weight problems. After the breakout role, he started an anti-bullying foundation that deals, childhood obesity. A lot of kids get picked on. And not everyone has the luxury growing up knowing the right foods to eat and knowing the diet and lifestyle. He's more determined than ever to lead by example by losing the weight. He's going to get together with the folks at jenny Craig and do this. We are going to be chasing him on the beach in droves. You can see it. I love the TMZ shots of him in a tank top being chased. Looking forward to that. Great story. And coming up on "Good
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