Bruce Willis’ hard mask stance bites him with revenge


LOS ANGELES, CA – Actor Bruce Willis apologized on Tuesday for refusing to wear a mask at a Rite Aid store in Los Angeles despite the city’s mask mandate.

The die-hard mask stance got the “Die Hard” star out of the pharmacy on Sunday. While shopping at the pharmacy, Willis refused to wear a mask or wrap the bandana around his neck over his nose and mouth, Page Six reported. A photo of the scarf has been posted on social media and widely scorned in Los Angeles, where more than 200 people die from the coronavirus every day.

The 65-year-old action star is currently appearing on the small screen in an advertisement for a DieHard car battery, and a series of negative headlines on Tuesday prompted him to issue a statement about the incident.

In a statement to People magazine, Willis called it an “error in judgment.”

“Be safe there everyone and keep hiding,” he said.

Still, critics have taken to Twitter to give Willis a hard time.

City News Service contributed to this report.

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