- Lil Wayne has been called out for throwing a huge party for his daughter during the COVID-19 pandemic
- Lil Wayne, 2 Chainz and Juvenile, among others, attended the dope birthday celebration for his daughter Reginae Carter
- Social media users slammed Wizzy and the partygoers for not wearing masks during the party
Lil Wayne has been slammed for throwing his daughter Reginae Carter a 22nd birthday party amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The US rapper threw a huge party for his girl this past Sunday, November 29, at Republic Lounge in West Midtown, US.
Videos from the epic birthday celebration have been doing the rounds on social media. Artists such as 2 Chainz and Juvenile were among the celebs and people who were invited at the party. Lil Wayne even performed at his daughter's celebration.
Social media users were quick to spot that the partygoers were not wearing masks. Looking at the videos being circulated on Twitter, the partygoers did not practice social distancing as they danced and popped bottles at the ceremony.
Tweeps accused the Grammy-award winner and his daughter of not adhering to the US' COVID-19 regulations. Check out some of their comments below:
"Reginae birthday looked lit. But all I could think about is Covid. All them people with no mask in sight."
"So nobody calling Reginae Carter out for that COVID fest she had last night for her birthday?"
"I would gladly catch the rona to have been able to attend Reginae’s birthday party tssssss."
"Oh, Reginae Carter was holding a COVID super spreader birthday party event last night in Atlanta, huh?"
"Oh Reginae had a party PARTY! Definitely looked like a vibe with a sprinkle of C-19 exposure."
"Reginae party looked lit af!!! But not a mask in site."
In other entertainment news, Legit.ng reported that American rapper, Cardi B, recently apologised to fans on social media after flouting COVID-19 suggestions during Thanksgiving.
Cardi originally tweeted, "12 kids and 25 adults over the holidays. It was lit !!", which got her called out for being irresponsible after American citizens were advised not to travel or have large parties over the Thanksgiving holiday.
She later tweeted her apology saying she did not mean to offend. Her apology consequently got mixed reactions as some were in favour of her enjoying her family time and others found her actions potentially harmful.
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