Hilary Duff lashed out at millennials for their attitude in front of the coronavirus


Of all the messages that have been sharing the celebrities in recent days to ask their fans to take precautionary measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, the Hilary Duff it is without a doubt the palm.

The actress and singer was straight to the point to send a message to people who are not in compliance with the recommendations to avoid public spaces with crowds and that, in their view, belongs primarily to that demographic group comprised of those born between the early 80s and mid-90s that she herself belongs.

“To all of you, young people millennials they are so imbé**I like to continue out to the street and leave the party, go home. Stop killing the elders, please,” I snapped at in social networks.

Without hesitation

Calls the attention that the celebrity has not trembled pulse when addressed in terms so hard to your audience in power, the same to which belong a large part of the viewers of his series ‘Younger’ and waiting also impatiently for the revival of ‘Lizzie McGuire’ because many of them followed the adventures of the character that gave him fame in his teenage years.

Taking advantage of…

In addition, Hilary also took the opportunity of using his Instagram to dispel certain rumors about the crisis that would be going through his marriage with Matthew Koma, whom he married last December.

“Apparently Matt and I are having problems, and not even deign to mention it”, he said with great derision by one of the headlines that were made echo of this alleged information.

By: Bang Showbiz