City Girls took the stage on Thanksgiving at Gilt Nightclub to a packed house.
However, their performance has now drawn mixed reactions from many due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Despite the club being packed, the girls performance was fully in line with the State’s COVID plan. Therefore, it was perfectly legal for them.
A rep for the club told TMZ that it had been shut down for six months during the pandemic. He went on to say:
“…at this point we are just trying to keep our 125 employees employed and help out music industry in any way we can.”
While the club utilized temperature checks at the door, handed out masks to those who wanted them, and had several sanitizing stations, the reactions to the performance have been mixed on Twitter.
Wish I were there
— Luke Ryan Sauer (@sauer_luke) November 28, 2020
I dlnt know when ill ever be comfortable again around so many people..
— Jennifer Johnson (@JenniferJohns39) November 28, 2020
Good. Covid is the biggest hoax in world history
— StanTheHornyMan (@StanHornyMan) November 28, 2020
Why yes, let’s just all party and act like there isn’t a damn pandemic going on. I swear.
— Kim (@Agirlin661) November 28, 2020
Florida is experiencing a large surge in COVID-19 cases with an increase of 47% in cases, 17% in hospitalizations, and deaths up 21 %.
Their performance can be found below…
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