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Vanessa Hudgens in Bad Boys For Life

It’s an especially tense time in the world. Many of us are being asked to stay indoors, work from home and keep a distance from our loved ones due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many are bored at home, including many who have been using social media more and more to connect with fans. Ellen DeGeneres has shared her puzzle-making, performers such as Coldplay’s Chris Martin and John Legend are moving to at home concerts. And, High School Musical star Vanessa Hudgens has offered a hot take about the global crisis. Check it out:

While the actress was answering questions on an Instagram livestream on Monday, Vanessa Hudgens commented on the possibility that the outbreak could stretch into the summer months. President Donald Trump recently warned citizens that the national emergency could go until July or August. Hudgens called it “a bunch of bullshit,” she talked about the inevitability that people dying in the future.

Many people did not react well to Vanessa Hudgen's recent comments and are having a field day on social media roasting her words. Take a look at this one:

The Bad Boys For Life star is well-known for her presence at Coachella, as she often lends a hand to the festival fashion each year. But... wow do these reactions get ruthless. This Twitter user is comparing her to Thanos:

And of course, what would a conversation about Vanessa Hudgens be without a little High School Musical throwback? This comment similarly pokes fun at coronavirus budding into the 31-year-old’s summer:

One user got real with the gravity of her recent words by pointing out the major concerns coronavirus other than the reality that it is spreading:

Following her viral comments, the actress just posted on her Instagram story to address the comments from before. Here’s what she said:

I realized today some of my comments are being taken out of context. It’s a crazy time. It’s a crazy, crazy time. I am at home and in lockdown and that’s what I hope you guys are doing too – in full quarantine and staying safe and sane. Yeah, I don’t take this situation lightly by any means. I am home.

However, as many pointed out online, these comments said on Instagram isn’’t really an apology. About a half an hour later, Vanessa Hudgens also responded to the hate by posting this official apology on Twitter today:

These are certainly tense times, and it looks like Vanessa Hudgens learned a valuable lesson.

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