Jennifer Aniston Is Being Criticized For Decorating Her Christmas Tree With Bauble That Has Words ‘Our first pandemic 2020’ Engraved On It

Posted by Sumaiya Ghani in Entertainment
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People think the wooden bauble has insensitive words engraved on it and that the star is out of touch with the real world. ‘What was the reason??? plus she acting like we gonna have another one? “our first” miss girl it better be our LAST’.

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People think Jennifer Aniston's Christmas decoration this year was insensitive

Jennifer shared on her Instagram story a picture of a wooden bauble, that had the following words engraved; ‘Our first pandemic 2020’.

Whether the wooden bauble was given to the friends' star as a Christmas gift or she bought it herself, people are not taking it in a good way. People think this wooden piece is depicting this pandemic in a good way though in reality it has taken the lives of loved ones and made people jobless. 

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Fans were not happy, people claimed celebrities live in a different world

One person took out the rage on Twitter;

‘Sarcastic or not, this pandemic has directly attributed to the loss of jobs, housing, AND ENTIRE F*CK*NG FAMILIES. making the best of a rough situation is absolutely fine but downplaying the severity of a F*CK*NG PANDEMIC is unacceptable,.’ 

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The words engraved on the wooden bauble made it look like we are going to have another pandemic

Another said:

‘what was the reason??? plus she acting like we gonna have another one? “our first” miss girl it better be our LAST’.

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People think Jennifer is out of touch with the ‘real world’

‘Celebrities really live in a different world’ one person said.

Another agreed: ‘They do. Thy aren’t affected by this at all. They still go out, travel, make money hang out. Then post stuff like this trying to seem like they relate [with] us and all it shows is that they don’t.’

According to Johns Hopkins University, there are 18,762,893 confirmed coronavirus cases in the US, which is the highest in the world.

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