Vanessa Hudgens makes controversial statement about coronavirus

Vanessa Hudgens faz afirmação polêmica sobre coronavírus

The actress Vanessa Hudges, immortalized by its role as Gabriela Montez in the movie Disney, High School Musical, caused controversy in the interner when commenting on the deaths caused by new coronavirus, The Covid-19. The artist also criticized the Quarantine the United States will be subjected to during the pandemic.

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Vanessa Hudges talks about coronavirus deaths and revolts the web

Vanessa Hudges carried out a live broadcast on her Instagram on the last 16th to talk to users about the new coronavirus, considered a pandemic disease by the WHO (World Health Organization) and which has subjected several countries in the world to quarantine for a while Undefined.

[Quarentena] until July it seems like a lot of bullshit. I’m sorry, but like, it’s a virus, I understand, I respect that, but people are going to die. It is terrible, but inevitable.

Vanessa Hudges said in live stream on her Instagram

The comment had negative repercussions on social networks. Yesterday (17), the actress published a note apologizing for her speech, considered insensitive.

Hi guys, I’m sorry for offending everyone who watched my live on Instagram yesterday. I realized that my words were insensitive and not appropriate for the situation in which our country and the world is now. It made me understand the importance of the things I say, especially now. I am sending good energy so that everyone is safe and healthy during these times of chaos.

Vanessa Hudges said in a note on Twitter, in a free translation.


The actress shared yet another video, claiming that her previous speech was interpreted out of context.

Hi guys, yesterday I did a live on Instagram and realized today that some of my comments were interpreted out of context. These are crazy days! I’m at home locked up, I hope you’re doing the same. Quarantined! Stay safe and don’t let the situation get out of control for any reason.

Vanessa Hudges said in a video made on social networks