Reason for plymouth removal in garuda-update?

I've been trying to figure out why my plymouth screen stopped working for a few days now (off and on, not nonstop) but I just ran garuda-update and saw this
"The "splash" (Plymouth) kernel parameter was removed from your GRUB configuration automatically to ensure system stability. Plymouth may be enabled manually again, but it is strongly recom
mended to keep plymouth disabled"
message. Is there a reason why this is the case? Plymouth shipped with my garuda installation by default and I haven't had any issues with it. I looked online but while I could find a few sparse posts mentioning this same message, I never saw anyone actually say why it was removed, just that it was.

Not sure whether this ought to be in feedback or issues & assistance since I'm assuming it was removed for causing instability/bugs it seems like this would be more relevant, especially since it's more of a question than "feedback" on it's removal.


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