Lori Harvey Denies Claims She’s Not Doing Self-Quarantine After Backlash

Lori Harvey Denies Claims She's Not Doing Self-Quarantine After Backlash
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The girlfriend of Future appears to hint that he forwent social distancing and was ready to leave for a party amid Coronavirus pandemic in her recent social media post.

AceShowbizLori Harvey is setting the record straight. The model girlfriend of rapper Future initially gained negative response after she appeared to hint that he forwent social distancing and was ready to leave her house for a party amid Coronavirus pandemic in her recent social media post.

On Thursday, March 19, the 23-year-old took to her Instagram account to share a video of her rocking a zebra-pattern dress alongside matching mini clutch. She completed her stunning look with strappy black heels.

While Lori looked awesome in the tight dress, the post only made people wonder if she was ignoring goverment and health officials as they’re urging people to stay home and practice social distancing amid Coronavirus outbreak. “Sis where tf are you going… it’s quarantine and you tryna go boujee hunting,” one of her followers wrote in the comment section.

“Ma’am… where are you g… nvm,” another asked. “Mam i hope you’re staying inside,” someone else chimed in.

Seemingly noticing the speculations, she quickly cleared the air. Replying to a comment, the step-daughter of Steve Harvey clarified, “I’m on the couch watching tv before y’all start.”

This arrives after actress Hilary Duff called out young people who were still going out to party amid social distancing recommendation. In a video she posted o Sunday, March 15 on Instagram Stories, the “Lizzie McGuire” star said, “To all you young millennial a**holes that keep going out partying: go home.” The mom of two went on to add, “Stop killing old people please.”

White House coronavirus response coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx also stressed the importance of self-quarantine, noting that “the army of millennials” must be taking “every single precaution to protect their parents and grandparents.” She said on “Good Morning America” on Tuesday, “Right now we need the army of millennials out there doing everything that they can to protect themselves from getting infected because we know a lot of their cases will be mild or asymptomatic, and making sure that they’re doing every single precaution to protect their parents and grandparents.”

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