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Some of the Hollywood stars are biting their tongues, after making insensitive comments in the middle of the corona virus pandemic, which has been derailed several television and film productions, in addition to the occurrence of large-scale events are taking place, that is, for the foreseeable future.
One of the very first star to come under fire was a Mess, founder of Gwyneth Paltrow, who took over the company’s Instagram account on Friday with a selfie hawking, who has a $450 gown, and a $425 pair of sneakers.
“We’re in the midst of a global pandemic, and y’all really think someone’s gonna buy an ugly $450 for a skirt?” one user said.
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The company was quick to delete the post, and it has since been moved to the front of wellness and health and health-related content.
In the meantime, Chrissy Teigen admitted to in a tweet and wrote over the weekend about ordering the soup came about as a “faith.”
“This is not an advertisement, but if you’re holed up at home, in the ordering of the nation’s best food, Goldbelly, it is the way to go right now!”, the cookbook, and founder of the book. “At this point, shipping it to clam chowder on the Boston-to me.”
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When a fan-made note, of Teigen to brag on a cross-country delivery, she replied: “It was quite a ride. I didn’t know that it sound like I don’t care about the global epidemic? it was tweeted to be innocent, may be a believer, but I do like the soup, and if you can get the assistance of these companies, which seemed to me to be perfect, but if you can’t, then that’s fine, I’m not embarrassing you.”
“Vanderpump Rules” star, Scheana Shay, 34, also admitted to professional misconduct after she publicly refused to live in isolation.
“One of my friends who is working from home this week and need to come with me to Palm Springs in quarantine!” Shay tweeted on Saturday.
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“I will continue to live my life in rio de janeiro, or NEVER w any of my friends and not have to live in complete solitude, or fear,” the tweet continued. “It’s as simple as that. Call me ignorant, but I’m not going to stop living!”
Two days later, Shay backtracked.
“For those of you who have expressed concern or have seen my comments as insensitive, and I just came back from a work trip, and was at the height of the pandemic,” she said. “I have had an insight into the seriousness of our current situation. Stay safe, and I was a d–n your hands!”
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The former “View” co-host Michelle Collins, was criticized online after the tweet, she was taking bets on which celebrity would make the contract COVID-19 is the first single from the actress Jameela Jalil.
“Place your bets on who will be the first famous person to get a Corona,” Collins tweeted.
“Jameela is not,” the former host is continued in a second tweet.
Jamil has defended himself against phil Collins, who does not exactly come across as making excuses in hindsight.
“You will never be able to suffer from a chronic disease. You can never wake up from the pain, and swelling each and every f–king day of your life. You will never be struggling with an invisible disability. You will never be able to be laughed at by people who have never met any of them. @michcoll’s a bad place,” Jamil center-back.
“I’VE FINALLY MADE IT. Learning is FUN at yourself, girl, it’s been liberating to me,” Collins responded.
Back in January, Jeff Lewis, and went to take a look at the comments that both he and his radio guest on SiriusXM, about, Asian-Americans are in the midst of the global financial crisis.
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The ‘Flipping Out’ alum, 49, opened up on Thursday’s episode of ” the show “with Jeff Lewis Live” and released a written apology for the remarks, which he and his guest co-hosts, made it on the air.
“We have to keep our Asian listeners, and we wouldn’t want them to feel excluded,” he said, according to the People. “We’ve never even had the intention of hate, race, racism, with, our notes.”
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According to People magazine, Lewis and the company said they would avoid eating in the restaurants, like Panda Express and Chin Chin, to reject the calls of the Asian listeners, do you go to Asian-dominated communities, such as Chinatown, Los Angeles, california, the famous TCL Chinese Theater, and even a “quarantine” in the Asian American SiriusXM employees.
Fox News is the’ After-Day and to Julius, the Young, and The Associated Press contributed to this report.