Rapper and actor LL Cool J was held in quarantine for a few hours after traveling on a flight from Los Angeles to St. Louis, the New York Post reports.
The plane’s pilot made an emergency landing in Kansas City after there were reports of smoke on board. Once the plane landed, a passenger who had been traveling overseas complained about feeling sick. As a precaution, authorities quarantined all passengers, including LL Cool J.
Cool J, who will be starring in the "NCIS" spin-off "NCIS: Los Angeles," was heading to Tuesday evening’s MLB All-Star Game in St. Louis.