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Chloe Lattanzi is called an 'airhead' following her tone-deaf comment about having to 'listen to people freak out about coronavirus at the airport'... while posting a racy picture of herself in a crop top

March 20, 2020

Chloe Lattanzi was slammed by fans this week after posting a tone-deaf comment about coronavirus.  

 

The 34-year-old daughter of Olivia Newton-John complained on Instagram about having to 'listen to people freak out' about the pandemic while waiting to catch a flight to the US on Thursday from Melbourne Airport. 

 

She shared a picture of herself in a crop top, prompting one fan to remind her it was a serious situation, while another called her an 'airhead' and unfollowed her.

 

Chloe Lattanzi was called an 'airhead' after she posted a tone-deaf comment about having to 'listen to people freak out about coronavirus at the airport' on Thursday 

 

'I love waiting at the airport for four hours listening to people freak out about coronavirus yay,' Chloe wrote alongside a busty picture of herself in a white crop and jeans. 

 

One follower replied, reminding Chloe that it is a pandemic. 

'This is also a serious situation and many countries have closed down,' they began. 

 

Hitting back: She shared a picture of herself in a crop top ahead of catching a flight to the US, when one fan told her it was a series situation, while another called her an 'airhead' and unfollowed her

'Many people worldwide are infected and many have died. So I understand very well that people are scared.'

 

Another remarked: 'Airhead. I thought you were smarter... some influencer. Unfollowing.'

'You're supposed to stay inside,' another added. 

 

However, one fan told Chloe to 'stay safe' as they knew she was 'just trying to make light out of a bad situation.'

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Read more from dailymail.co.uk

 

 

 

My view: It is sad that some celebs seek for attention for the wrong reasons during this

global crisis. 

 

 

 

 

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