Jennifer Aniston Gets Heat For Pandemic Ornament


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Fans are upset with one among Jennifer Aniston’s Christmas ornaments, saying it comes throughout as tone deaf

Jennifer Aniston is in sizzling water with a few of her followers after sharing an Instagram story on Friday with a Christmas decoration that’s engraved with: “Our first pandemic 2020.”

The Friends star didn’t caption the photograph so it’s not clear if it’s her decoration. Most believed it was and berated the actress for not having a bit extra sensitivity across the topic. Others defended Aniston, saying she’s used her platform greater than most to advertise masks sporting and small companies which were impacted because of this.

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In the photograph, she is seen holding a easy spherical wood decoration engraved with the phrases “Our first pandemic 2020” on it. “Just because u like a celebrity, doesn’t mean u should not hold them accountable,” one Twitter consumer wrote. “I’m sorry but that’s so insensitive to put an ornament saying ‘pandemic 2020.’ Innocent lives were lost because of this pandemic. We’re not going to celebrate this shit. Do better Jennifer Aniston.”

According to information from Johns Hopkins University, 1.76 million individuals within the U.S. have contracted the virus and practically 332,000 have died. December marked the deadliest month in our nation for the reason that pandemic started, with greater than 63,000 COVID-19 deaths recorded to this point.

COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna have began making their rounds to states previously week, marking a constructive flip within the pandemic that’s taken so many lives and livelihoods away from individuals everywhere in the world.

Of course, there are two sides to each story. Many followers have been fast to come back to Aniston’s protection:

“Jen aniston was one of the few celebrities that used her platform to ask people to support small businesses all around the US during christmas eve (while others were busy posting their fancy dinners) and she really got hate over ONE ornament? what??” one fan wrote.

Others commenting on the story admitted that in addition they purchased equally themed ornaments this yr. There have been many displaying piles of bathroom paper, dumpster fires with 2020 on them, and related objects. All of those make mild of the state of affairs we’ve discovered ourselves in and all might be interpreted as offensive given what so many have misplaced, although I can’t think about they have been purchased with malice.

Aniston has been vocal about masks for the reason that pandemic started, writing in June on social media, “I understand masks are inconvenient and uncomfortable. But don’t you feel that it’s worse that businesses are shutting down… jobs are being lost… health care workers are hitting absolute exhaustion. And so many lives have been taken by this virus because we aren’t doing enough.”

Seeing as Aniston shared the picture of her Instagram Stories, it has now expired. She has not responded to the “controversy.”

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