Just yesterday we posted on the excitement had by many Atlanta travelers as the ATL airport had a gate that said flights were heading to Wakanda, the magical land in Marvels's Black Panther. 

"Apart from La Femme Nakia, what else is on the in-flight entertainment? T’Challa’s Angels, M’Baku To The Future, Shuri’s Gotta Have It, Killmonger Bill, W’Kabi In The Woods...?," actress Lupita Nyong'o tweeted back to the airport's official account. The photo sent out by ATL's Twitter received lots of love and retweets, but one supporter, in particular, was savagley denied entry to the fantasy land. 

R. Kelly hopped on the Wakanda train and was kicked off, when he tweeted the photo of the gate with the caption, "Hell, I’m on my way too! Amazing film! #WakandaForever #BlackPanther."

The thread only gets funny when famed Nigerian author, Luvvie Ajayi, tweets back at the singer saying, "NO THANK YOU. WE JUST CLOSED THE BORDERS. - Wakanda Immigration."

She also follows up on her first tweet with, "Fatha Gawd, we come before you today to block the entry of enemies of progress and pedophiles into the sacred land of Wakanda! You said weapons would form but let them not prosper in this land. We rebuke and reject him, in YOUR glorious name. 🙏🏾🙅🏾‍♀️."

Naturally, the Twitterverse got in on it with some banter of their own.