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Vanessa Hudgens apologizes for insensitive video saying, 'Like yeah, people are going to die.'

Vanessa Hudgens apologizes for insensitive video saying, 'Like yeah, people are going to die.'

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Unless your work in medicine, a pandemic might be a good time to keep your opinions to yourself.

Especially if you're a celebrity with a huge following of young people, like the tragic Vanessa Hudgens, now is the time to stay inside and stay quiet. Hudgens, star of the Disney Channel's "High School Musical," is not usually in the news for being problematic. However, she messed up this time.

After learning that Coachella was postponed this year, Vanessa took to Instagram live to share her thoughts on COVID-19. Unfortunately, her thoughts were bad. Really bad...

Yikes. She "respects" the virus? We're all going to die anyway? "It's 'bullsh*t?'" No Vanessa, no! What am I going to do without your Netflix Christmas classics next year? Is the "Princess Switch 2" going to be about switching bodies with an uninformed, unsympathetic monster during a global health crisis? Is the new "The Knight Before Christmas" about riding in on a white horse to bring your message of ignoring public health recommendations?

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