Hillary Duff Tells “millennial a-holes” who are still partying to “go home”

According to a new report from Fox News, actress and singer Hillary Duff blasted Millennials who are still partying amid the coronavirus pandemic on Instagram live.

Duff, 32 said  “to all you young millennial a–holes that keep going out partying: go home…Stop killing old people please.”

Per Fox News, the actress also asked her followers for suggestions on what to watch while she and her family are stuck inside.

Health agencies and local officials have been urging people to practice thorough handwashing, keep their hands off their face, stay home when sick and even employ social distancing in an effort to stifle the spread of novel coronavirus. While the first three may seem self-explanatory, many are wondering what exactly social distancing means.

“Social distancing for COVID-19 means avoiding places or gatherings where you are likely to be exposed to respiratory droplets from others – directly or on surfaces,” Dr. Jill Grimes, an urgent care physician at the University of Texas told Fox News.

“We know this virus is spread primarily by these droplets, up to a distance of roughly six feet (from a cough or a sneeze) and so avoiding areas where people are physically closer than six feet is key,” she said.

Per TCO, Saturday tens of thousands packed the “Vive Latino” festival despite the global pandemic.


DailyNews reports tens of thousands of fans began attending the Vive Latino music festival in Mexico City on Saturday despite the global spread of coronavirus and health officials warning against congregating in large groups.

The two-day festival sold over 70,000 tickets, according to event organizers. Despite some acts backing out, Guns N’ Roses were among the bands to play.

However, attendees were screened for fever as they entered the festival.

At least two festival-goers told The Associated Press they only went because organizers did not offer refunds on the tickets, which cost more than $225. Karina and Saúl, who did not give their last name, tried to sell their tickets but weren’t offered enough.

“It was disrespectful to the public that they didn’t cancel (the festival), and put everyone at risk,” said Saúl.