Floyd Mayweather Jr. Shows Up At Nightclub With No Facemask - Some People Are Outraged And Others Not So Much
Everyone has their own way of dealing with the quarantine lockdown that appears to finally be lifting throughout the United States. Many governments are asking for citizens to wear masks in public, while others are demanding it.
One star who doesn't care much for that idea is Floyd Mayweather Junior, who recently appeared at a nightclub and obviously wasn't taking the social distancing rule all to serious. As most know, everyone has been told to practice social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic.
In other words, a person has to stay at least 6 feet away from others, or at least wear a mask in public if you have to. Floyd Mayweather Junior recently was spotted at the International Boutique Nightclub in Scottsdale, Arizona.
In a clip posted by a user, one can see that Floyd was hanging out a table in a crowded room where not many people were wearing masks. In fact, none of them were at all.
Unfortunately, the post has since been deleted.
Earlier this year, even Boris Johnson took some heat for not practicing the proper social distancing rules amid the beginning of the pandemic. Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, allegedly boasted that he wouldn't stop shaking hands with people.
Boris likely made the comment as a way of insinuating that he wouldn't let the fear of the virus get to him. Unfortunately, Boris later tested positive for COVID-19 and had to spend much of his time in the intensive care unit in a British hospital.
Media reports stated that Boris was struggling immensely, but other sources claimed Boris was actually doing just fine. If there's one thing that's for sure, it's that instances such as these sometimes bring out the nastiness in other people.
For instance, in the case of Floyd Mayweather Junior, the boxer was accused of being too arrogant to abide by social distancing rules, as if he were above them.
Internet users, invigorated by their anonymity and newly found sense of self-righteousness, accused Floyd of spreading a virus that may lead to another full-scale lockdown. People on the opposite of the spectrum, however, argued that Floyd's actions probably weren't that big of a deal, mask or no mask.