Hilary Duff s’exprime.
The 32-year-old singer-actress went to Instagram on Saturday to celebrate July 4, but also to slap irresponsible holiday revelers in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, and even seemingly mock Kanye West in the process.
In the post, Duff shared a handful of photos of herself, her husband Matthew Koma, and their daughter Banks, 1.
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On the legend, the former star of “Lizzie McGuire” said that his family celebrated the vacation with two walks, a family nap and a drive.
“Driven by a raging house party on Mulholland. Holes in A. No masks (of course). Girls in swimsuits and louboutins waiting to get into a club like a line, ”she wrote. “After @matthewkoma and I told Banks that she was too cool to need to do that while we were smoking …”
Duff explained that “California is in bad shape” and that “we all want to go out freely” without worry.
“It really seems that the Americans don’t care about each other …”, she continued. “In one way or another, this pandemic has turned into a political position between the parties … it’s a whim for me. ”
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“Other countries have come together in a magnificent way to contain or be free from Covid. It’s annoying that we’re worse than ever because people need to party and Karens won’t be wearing masks! ”
The singer “So Yesterday” referred to “Karen”, a derogatory term that has grown in importance to refer to a demanding middle-aged white woman who displays a sense of authoritarian right in various societal confrontations.
Duff’s statements come after several states have seen a sharp increase in reported coronavirus cases as efforts to reopen the United States have progressed.
More than 45,000 new cases of COVID-19 were reported on Saturday, the state of California reporting more than 2,300.
Duff concluded his message: “Oh, and I run for president. ”
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The joke seemed to make fun of rapper Kanye West’s announcement, also made on Saturday, that he was planning to run in the 2020 presidential election.
“We must now fulfill America’s promise by trusting God, unifying our vision and building our future,” said West, 43, on Twitter. “I run for president of the United States! # 2020VISION. “