Sylvester Stallone Wears Latex Gloves on Supermarket Run to Fight Coronavirus

Sylvester Stallone Wears Latex Gloves on Supermarket Run to Fight Coronavirus
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The ‘Rambo: Last Blood’ actor is photographed taking the preventive measure while grocery shopping at a Whole Foods in Beverly Hills amid the virus outbreak.

AceShowbizSylvester Stallone is joining the list of celebrities who are taking part in keeping their personal hygiene to fight the spread of coronavirus. The veteran actor has been pictured wearing latex gloves while shopping at a Whole Foods in Beverly Hills on Sunday, March 8.

The latex gloves were unlikely just part of the 73-year-old’s normal accessories. In a photo obtained by TMZ, the “Rambo: Last Blood” star was seen avoiding touching a bunch of groceries with his bare hands, so it’s probably coronavirus related.

Sylvester isn’t the only star who has taken action amid the coronavirus fear. Summer Walker previously took an even extreme preventive measure as she shared a picture of her being completely covered up while making her way through an airport. The “Last Day of Summer” singer wore hoodie, hair net, face mask, oversized sunglasses, gloves as well as a garbage bag as an outercoat. Only the bridge of her nose was exposed. “Not today honey,” she quipped on her caption.

Sebastian Stan, meanwhile, was trolled after wearing a face mask covering his mouth and nose, an eye mask and a hooded sweatshirt while aboard a Delta airlines flight to Europe. The “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” actor also donned black gloves, and had a pillow across his chest and a white blanket wrapped around his shoulders. “Thanks @delta for getting me to Europe safely…#BuckytakesEurope,” he captioned it.

On the other hand, Boosie Badazz a.k.a. Lil Boosie pressed the wrong button for saying that he would stay away from all Asians, whom he believes to be carrying COVID-19, to make sure that he doesn’t contract the disease. “I won’t even walk by. I won’t even walk by at an airport. If you’re a Chinese or you look like.. I won’t even walk by,” the rapper said in an Instagram Live video. “I’d go the other way. If you Chinese or Yang, don’t come around me. Philippines … I’m sorry I wouldn’t even walk by. I would take the other way around.”

He later doubled down on his racist post about coronavirus by posting an edited photo of Kevin Garnett wearing a mask while guarding Yao Ming during the NBA All-Star Game.

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