Many countries are either already in quarantine to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. For this reason these days the social networks have been filled with messages to raise awareness in the society that is a serious situation and that to stop it we have to stay at home. Vanessa Hudgens is also in quarantine, however became the focus of a lot of criticism after making some unfortunate comments about the virus. After the controversy, the actress has been rectified and has asked forgiveness.
During its period of isolation, Hudgens made a live video in Instagram by answering some questions from his followers. When one of them said that this crisis could last until July, she responded strongly: “It is a virus. I understand and respect that. But at the same time it is as though all the world will understand it, people are going to die. Which is terrible, but as I inevitable? I don’t know, maybe I should not be doing this right now”said with a smile.
Vanessa Hudgens’ career will be dead after posting this. It’s like inevitable. ? pic.twitter.com/qYX2DMFjJ2
? Chris Burke (@chrisburke) March 17, 2020
“The career of Vanessa Hudgens will be dead after posting this. It is as inevitable”said a follower on Twitter accompanied by the video with the statements of the actress.
The negative comments started to come in bulk but this controversy did not stay there. According to Movieweb, Hudgens released a second video in honor of the St. Patrick’s Day in which he said that he wanted to “being in a pub” to then sarcastically say that we should stay locked up at home.
Later, after being aware that I had minimized the serious problem of the coronavirus, did another live video on Instagram apologizing. “I’ve noticed that some of my comments are being taken out of context. It is a very crazy. I’m locked in the house and I hope that you, too, what you are doing. In full quarantine and staying safe and healthy“said the actress. “I do not take this situation lightly in any way“.
Hudgens also wanted to offer a apology via Twitter with a written grading your own comments “insensitive”.
? Vanessa Hudgens (@VanessaHudgens) March 17, 2020
“I realize that my words were insensitive and not at all appropriate for the situation our country and the world are living right now. This has been a big wake-up call about the meaning of my words, now more than ever. Sending good wishes to all of you are safe and sound,”concluded Hudgens.
Ashley Tisdale encourages recalling ‘High School Musical’
On the contrary, Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Tisdale has been taken very differently by the crisis of the coronavirus. The actress shared a video on his account of Instagram reminding one of the mythical dances of the ‘High School Musical’.
“If you need to do exercise during the quarantine you try this. With luck there’s a little bit of your day!“wrote Tisdale in the publication. His companion Hudgens also decided to join in this tribute of ‘High School Musical’ sharing another video.