The “friendsThe 51-year-old actress took to Instagram Stories on Christmas Day to share a new decoration for her Christmas tree. The photo showed her holding a wooden circle with the words “Our First Pandemic 2020” engraved on it in elegant text.
However, with the steep rise in COVID-19 cases forcing many to stay home this holiday season and skip celebrating with the family as is usually the case, some have found the decoration a little tasteless given the circumstances.
“Just because you love a celebrity, does not mean that you should not hold them accountable. I am sorry but this is very insensitive to put a decoration that says ‘2020 pandemic’. I have lost innocent lives due to this pandemic. We are not going to celebrate this …. do as it is Best jennifer aniston, One user wrote.
“What Jennifer Aniston did (whether the decoration was her or not but was posted to her IG) was tasteless. Whoever made that embellishment is a fool and a reflection of sympathy,” Another user said In response to someone he said that they were “rich”.
“Jennifer Aniston is a damn fool for spreading that embellishment on her story … Celebrities are steeped”, Someone else wrote.
However, while many people felt the decoration was insensitive given the current climate in which the country finds itself in with the Coronavirus infection, many have been quick to defend the star. A handful noticed that Aniston was using her platform to both advocate for small businesses affected by the pandemic as well as to encourage her followers to wear a mask to help curb its spread.
“So we’re scrapping Jennifer Aniston for a harmless Christmas decoration? Lord have mercy, can you go elsewhere,” One user wrote.
“Honestly, Jennifer Aniston’s embellishment was the height of irony and you don’t understand it,” Another person added.
“If you’re upset with Jennifer Aniston embellished Instagram story – let’s not forget how she hooked up small businesses to try to help them through tough times, urging people to wear masks in nearly every post she posts …. #jenniferaniston,” A fan said.
“Jane Aniston was one of the few celebrities who used her platform to ask people to support small businesses across the US during Christmas Eve (while others were busy posting fancy dinners) and she was really hated for one decoration? What ?? Another person added.
In July, Aniston participated Personal story of a friend That has dealt with COVID-19 in an effort to encourage its followers to wear a mask and take the disease seriously.
“This is our friend, Kevin. He is in good health, not an underlying health problem. This is Covid. This is real.” The star began explaining it. “We can’t be naive enough to think we can get past this … if we want this to end, and we do, right? The only step we can take is PLEASE #wearadamnmask.”
She concluded her post by encouraging her fans to think of their friends and family at this time to try to inspire them to hide and fight the virus.
As of December 22, the The new Corona virus has been infected More than 77,432,103 people in 191 countries and territories, resulting in at least 1,704,065 deaths. In the United States, all 50 states plus the District of Columbia have reported confirmed cases of COVID-19, with more than 18,042,120 illnesses and at least 319,457 deaths recorded.