Evangeline Lilly has upset social media world with her comments about staying "business as usual" during the Coronavirus pandemic. Lilly is best known for her role in Ant-Man and Lost.
Lilly wrote on her Instagram post, "Just dropped my kids off at gymnastic camp. They all washed their hands before going in. They are playing and laughing."
It gets even more real ... The actress says she's living with her dad who has stage 4 leukemia. She says, "I am also immune compromised at the moment."
And then, there's this mantra ... "Some people value their lives over freedom, some people value freedom over their lives. We all make our choices."
âShe says the virus is really just a "respiratory flu" ... despite just about every doctor saying it's more serious than the flu.
She feels the government has taken too much control over our lives and it's getting too close to Martial Law for comfort.
Last year, an 80's themed Airbnb went viral and now, there is a 90's themed rental in the same unit! Both of the rentals are located in Dallas, TX and you can rent it here!
Nicknamed "The Slater" in honor of the lovable jock from Saved by the Bell, the new two-bed, one-bath spot is replete with a playable N64 gaming console, VHS tapes and all kinds of other retro doodads and décor.
Back out in the common area, you can see the centerpiece of the Airbnb: its dining room, which the hosts call The Max. It's named after the diner from Saved by the Bell, and it looks like it, too.
One last room, Jeremy Turner — who created the Airbnb along with his wife Kelsey — won't say anything about. He calls it the secret room, and though he acknowledges its existence, he refuses to divulge what's inside. "I'd just say, you'll have to come and stay there," he says, adding, "So far, the guests have really loved it."
You can check out their other properties here!
A Florida man was arrested last Tuesday for allegedly stealing toilet paper, which is a hot item since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Safraz Shadeek Shakoor, 25, was arrested in Clearwater, Florida after breaking into a neighbor's truck and stealing a six pack of toilet paper. Shakoor is said to have taken the pack of Smart & Simple brand toilet paper, which typically retails for $1 at the Dollar General chain.
Shakoor's previous run-ins with the law include charges of armed burglary and theft, along with several marijuana-related arrests. He is being held on a $5,000 bond.
Shkoor will be charged with felony burglary.
The coronavirus is quickly becoming a concern all over the globe and many companies have been shutting down because of it. Hollywood is following suit and putting a halt to many shows, movies and events. Here is a full list of what is effected by the virus so far.
Josie Harris, Floyd Mayweather's ex, was found dead outside of her home on Tuesday night. Harris and Mayweather share three children together.
Officials were called to the home around 9:30 PM and when they arrived, they found 40-year-old Harris unresponsive in her car.
She was pronounced dead at the scene. TMZ was told there does not appear to be any foul play and the case is being treated as a death investigation.
Josie had a tumultuous relationship with Mayweather. He was convicted of attacking her back in a 2010 domestic violence incident and later served 2 months behind bars.
Harris reportedly dated Mayweather from 1995 to 2010 and was an aspiring actress.
Last month, Dwayne Wade confirmed on the Ellen Show that his son was emerging as a transgender girl. Over the weekend, Wade and his wife Gabrielle Union walked the first red carpet with Zaya Wade.
The three were guests at the Better Brothers LA's Truth Awards on Saturday, which shines a spotlight on the black LGBTQ+ community and their accomplishments. Not only did they slay the red carpet together as a family, but they hit the stage together as well.
"Last night was Zaya's first red carpet and we couldn't have been prouder of how she handled the questions that were asked of her," Dwyane captioned a picture on Instagram on Sunday. "She has emerged as one of the young faces and voices for the LGBTQ+ community."