Kylie and Kendall Jenner have faced major backlash after they were spotted breaking lockdown rules to attend Justin Bieber’s party.
The house party took place in Justin and Hailey Bieber’s Beverly Hills mansion on Sunday night, and the celebs have come under fire as a result.
Los Angeles has over 232,000 coronavirus cases, while wildfires are also wreaking havoc in California – which has caused Twitter users to call out the Jenner sisters for breaking California’s “safer-at-home” guidelines.
The famous siblings also were seen without facemasks, despite California’s mandate that residents wear masks outdoors and indoors when spending time with people not in their household.
why tf are @justinbieber and @haileybieber hosting parties? why is @KendallJenner going to them? especially in LA?? Celebrities really don’t care about anybody else but themselves and partying. A PARTY CAN WAIT! PEOPLE RISK THEIR LIVES TO WORK DURING A PANDEMIC! literally gross
— sophie (@chaseIabrats) August 25, 2020
no but rly tho these celebs and influencers not taking this pandemic serious at all…at the club & parties every 2 seconds like are yall okay…
— ???????? (@makeupbyshaniah) August 24, 2020
Justin and Hailey Bieber ignore COVID-19 warnings to throw late-night house party at their Beverly Hills home with guests including Kendall and Kylie Jenner, Guests were shoulder to shoulder as they tucked into food outside at Justin's home pic.twitter.com/C3BiyJhnZc
— Lilian Chan (@bestgug) August 24, 2020
So, is the the Mayor going to turn off their power, or are they safe in Beverly Hills?:
Justin and Hailey Bieber ignore COVID-19 warnings to throw late-night house party at their Beverly Hills home with guests including Kendall and Kylie Jennerhttps://t.co/XrVtcgloAX
— AnnaZ (@AnnaZ) August 24, 2020
But they’ll preach to all of us. Hypocrisy at its best.
— Judy Roth (@JudyLynnRoth) August 24, 2020
— Selena (@SelenaONAIR) August 24, 2020
According to California’s guidelines: “You can travel for urgent matters or if such travel is essential to your permitted work.”
“Even though businesses around the state are opening up, avoid traveling long distances for vacations or pleasure as much as possible. This is to slow the spread of the coronavirus.”
In regards to mask policy, the guidelines read: “You should wear a mask or face covering whenever you’ll be around someone you don’t live with, including: In any indoor public space…[and] outdoors, if you can’t stay 6 feet away from others.”