Marketing executive Tiffany Gomas has launched a coordinated social media blitz hours after apologizing for her viral plane meltdown, which she called ‘her very worst moment.’
In an apparent bid to control the narrative after her infamous ‘that motherfu**er is not real’ rant – the Dallas native, 38, has reposted after deleting her YouTube, Instagram, Twitter and TikTok accounts, Daillymail.com can reveal.
The successful marketing executive is using her professional prowess to give her personal brand a makeover after she broke her silence to Dailymail.com last week.
Her return to public posting follows the extremely viral video of the fit she threw on an airplane traveling from Dallas to Orlando.
The coordinated relaunch, ripe for monetization – which she has activated across her profiles – comes four days after extended bodycam footage of her being escorted through the airport by law enforcement.
‘I apologize and take accountability for my actions, they were uncalled for,’ she wrote on Twitter,’ Gomas said of the July 2 viral video. ‘My very worst moment was captured on video.’
Part of her Sunday effort included the coordinated relaunch of her social media accounts
Gomas unlocked her Instagram page more than a month after the July 2 viral incident aboard an American Airlines flight
Gomas was flying to Florida on July 4 weekend when she decided that the plane was unsafe, loudly demanding everyone on the flight evacuate.
She said in the video posted Sunday to Twitter: ‘Although the memes have been amusing, the flip-side has been cruel. I’m thankful for my friends and family for supporting me through this.
‘This experience has been life-altering and I hope to do good from it and promote positive mental health. Stay tuned!’
Gomas coordinated her post on Twitter with the relaunch of her Instagram page and YouTube channel. She also launched her webpage that tells people ‘coming soon.’
All posts except one on her Instagram page were posted inside of the last month, or edited inside of the last week. She has also chosen to follow just 16 specific accounts so far on her Twitter profile, which include uber successful podcasters like Joe Rogan, Jordan Peterson and Lex Fridman, as well as TMZ and Barstool Sports.
In the video she posted online, first published by TMZ, she said: ‘Hi everyone, it’s me – Tiffany Gomas, better known as the crazy plane lady. Which is completely warranted.’
She continued: ‘As you know, I have been unwilling to speak on the viral video, but I do finally feel that it’s time.’
While the relaunch of the marketing exec’s life came on Sunday, it’s not the first time she has spoken since the incident. Last week, DailyMail.com spoke to Gomas at her Dallas home.
Gomas has spoken out about the viral incident as she addresses the problems and the humor in the incident
All posts except one on her Instagram page were posted inside of the last month, or edited inside of the last week
Gomas appeared distraught and on the verge of tears throughout the July 2 incident
‘My life has been blown up. It’s frightening,’ she said. ‘Things go viral and everything changes.’
Gomas continued: ‘First and foremost, I want to take full accountability for my actions.
‘They were completely unacceptable.
‘Distressed or not, I should have been in control of my emotions, and that was not the case.
‘My use of profanity was completely unnecessary and I want to apologize to everyone who was on that plane, especially those who had children aboard.’
She said she could not imagine ‘going through that and trying to explain to your kid what in the world just happened.’
Gomas, her Goyard bag under her arm, marched to the front of the plane on July 2 and told fellow passengers she was disembarking because the aircraft was not safe.
The video showed a visibly shaken, and arguably crazed, Gomas telling passengers: ‘I’m getting the f*** off and there’s a reason…. I’m telling you right now that motherf***er back there is not real and you can sit on this plane, and you can die with them or not. I’m not going to.’
Speaking from her $1.6million Dallas, Texas home this week, Tiffany Gomas finally broke her silence on her viral ‘meltdown’ on an American Airlines flight last month
Gomas also claimed that much of what has been circulating in the media or online is ‘inaccurate’ but declined to elaborate
Gomas had a picture of herself on Instagram at the recent Jake Paul and Nate Diaz fight in Dallas
‘Distressed or not, I should have been in control of my emotions, and that was not the case,’ Gomas said in a new video
‘My use of profanity was completely unnecessary and I want to apologize to everyone who was on that plane, especially those who had children aboard,’ Gomas (right) said
Gomas (left) posted pictures of herself with friends in happier times that is now visible on her social media accounts
Gomas coordinated her post on Twitter with the relaunch of her Instagram page and YouTube channel
Speaking exclusively to DailyMail.com from her home in Dallas, a recalcitrant Gomas said: ‘No one knows anyone else’s story, and no one should judge. No one knows what it’s like.’
Dressed in a fitted white tank and black leggings, her long hair slicked back in a bun, the owner of Uppercut Marketing, which promises its clients, ‘We make you look really really good,’ stood at the door of her $1.6million property and said she was consulting a lawyer.
‘They’re staking out my house. They’re staking out my neighbors. They’re going through my mail,’ she said.
‘So much of what’s out there is inaccurate,’ but when asked for specifics she declined to comment further.
Passengers on Flight 1009 from Dallas Fort Worth to Orlando that day were forced to deplane after a ‘distraught’ Gomas suggested the plane was not safe, forcing staff to de-board the flight and re-screen the aircraft and passengers.
Tiffany Gomas’s meltdown was caught on video last month when she frantically demanded to get off a plane, claiming someone in the back of the aircraft was ‘not real’
Passengers turned their head as she seemed to point to the back of the plane while speaking about a guy who ‘was not real’
Gomas’s meltdown was apparently sparked by an argument with a relative with whom she accused of stealing her airpods.
‘The female then started claiming the aircraft was not safe and did not want the aircraft to leave due to her believing it would not make it to its destination,’ the police report states.
The marketing executive, who is based in Dallas, was issued a warning for Criminal Trespass, but she was neither charged nor taken into custody
‘Due to the statements the flight attendants felt the aircraft needed to be rescreened. [The airline manager] explained that the passenger was denied boarding and they wanted her escorted to the public side.’
She marched off the plane but by the time TSA officers arrived to escort her back to the public side of the airport, the visibly upset woman was trying to get back on the flight.
Dallas Fort Worth Department of Safety police officers tried to speak with a ‘distraught’ Gomas but she refused to cooperate.
She was eventually escorted back to the non-secure side of the airport.
Despite her earlier hysteria, she made repeated attempts to come back through TSA and into the boarding area.
Gomas, who was clutching a $1,900 Goyard tote bag in the clip, heads up her own marketing firm and lives in a $1.6million luxury four-bedroom property complete with a swimming pool
Police later found Gomas sitting on the curb outside the airport waiting for an Uber.
They issued her with a warning for Criminal Trespass, but she was neither charged nor taken into custody.
The marketing executive, who was seen clutching a $1,900 Goyard tote bag in the viral video, was deemed a ‘rising star’ in 2017, when she served as Vice President of Client Services at Elevate Brand Marketing.
She now heads up her own marketing firm, UpperCut Marketing, which boasts big name clients such as Xbox, Microsoft and others. Its public profiles were locked after the incident.
Gomas resides in a $1.6million luxury four-bedroom property complete with a swimming pool.
She bought the home in the affluent neighborhood in January 2022 for $572,530, before renovating the entire space.