Alyssa Milano calls on Twitter users to wear facemasks while she donned an ineffective, crocheted mask. And boy, did Twitter respond.
Alyssa Milano is not having a great pandemic. Sadly, it’s only getting worse.
The actress is getting roasted up and down Twitter, again. She just posted a tweet in which she dons a crocheted face mask littered with holes.
On a weekend that’s compiled an incredible amount of hysterical news, Milano takes the cake. And it’s only Saturday.
Alyssa Milano just can’t seem to get it right this year. In what can only be described as a tweet that was meant to inspire Americans to wear masks, she’s only inspired more (hilarious) criticism.
Here are some of the best responses:
Whatever credibility Alyssa Milano had left after her Joe Biden sex scandal debacle, it’s undoubtedly been destroyed.
In April, Milano was skewered for her partisan, two-faced take on sexual accusations. She was a loud voice in the #MeToo movement’s initial thrust, badgering Brett Kavanaugh for high school accusations.
Check out this tweet from 2018:
Now, watch her hilariously back out of her stance following the Tara Reade accusations against her favorite candidate, Joe Biden.
Joe Biden was already struggling mightily to get his thoughts together. Then, his biggest cheerleader pulled a complete 180 on her strongest convictions. Now she’s promoting a useless face mask.
If this woman is teaching us anything, it’s that actors and intelligence do not go hand in hand. Just because someone is constantly in front of a camera, doesn’t mean they have something important to say.
This has already been a weekend full of ridiculousness. Joe Biden put his foot in his mouth again. Lana Del Ray was ‘canceled.’ Rapper Doja Cat was ‘canceled.’ Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande released an atrocious music video. Trolls even accused Hilary Duff of trafficking her own child for sex.
In a wildly idiotic weekend, Alyssa Milano has stolen the show. But, we still have Sunday.
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Last modified: September 23, 2020 1:58 PM