Several Hype House members were caught attending a party on the weekend organized by Instagram influencer Kelsey Calemine, best known by her Instagram name, Father Kels.
This comes after the LA Times suggested that California should expect an 89% spike in cases of illness to arrive in October, which prompted DefNoodles to be swift to say thank you to “influencers who are at the front of the […] spreading movement.”
However, DefNoodles was not the only one who had strong opinions on the subject. Disgruntled fans made their feelings clear in a series of online comments aimed at the sisters of D’Amelio.
One user pointed out that they “PREACH social distancing but [then] go out all the time and go to parties [sic]” while a user on Twitter indicated that “they are just doing it for attention at this point”
It’s not shocking that people are puzzled by the actions of these athletes. After all, back in March, Charli D’Amelio went viral after debuting TikTok’s ‘distance dance’ competition, which prompted her to amass a lot of support for “using her huge group to do good”
With a ton of fans having conflicting signals regarding Charli D’Amelio ‘s actions, one Twitter user summed it up as follows: “If she’s gon na preach about social distancing, she should take her own advice, simple as that.”
What makes it worse is that, soon after the gathering, host Kelsey Calemine shared an Instagram story of her being checked for illness. Since photographs from the party show a lot of the guests wearing masks, this begs the question of whether the disease has spread more since the party.
Other high-profile party members include Sway House member Noah Beck, singer Madison Beer, DJ Chantel Jefferies, NBA player Blake Griffin and model Winnie Harlow. They have yet to respond to this backlash.