Why is Vanessa Hudgens being trolled for canceled Coachella Festival? Here's how old Covid-19 rant resurfaced

'Someone check on Vanessa Hudgens rn, she’s probably having a heart attack,' a user commented


                            Why is Vanessa Hudgens being trolled for canceled Coachella Festival? Here's how old Covid-19 rant resurfaced
The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival was confirmed for April 2021 but has now been canceled, and Twitter is still trolling Vanessa Hudgens for her candid thoughts about the coronavirus pandemic from March 2020 (Getty Images)

The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival was confirmed for April 2021, but it has now been postponed, according to Dr Cameron Kaiser, the public health officer for Riverside County. Following the announcement that Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is delayed for the third time in the last year due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, the internet community shared their views.

Some Twitter users started to talk about Vanessa Hudgens, who found herself amid online controversy after going live on Instagram in March 2020. Even though the actress had issued an apology following the trolling at the time, she seems to be facing backlash once again.

Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival was scheduled to occur across two consecutive weekends on April 9-11 and 16-18. But Dr. Kaiser has signed a public health order canceling the festival. Dr. Kaiser tweeted, “Due to the pandemic, Public Health Officer Dr Cameron Kaiser today (Jan. 29) signed a public health order canceling Coachella Valley Music and Arts, Stagecoach Country Music festivals planned for April 2021. We look forward to when the events may return.”



 

Dr. Kaiser’s recent announcement regarding Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival marks the third time the music and arts festival has been postponed in the last twelve months. In March 2020, organizers pushed the event back from April to October. Later in June 2020, the dates were again changed from October to April 2021 due to COVID-19. There is no confirmation when Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival will return, but there are speculations that the organizers would postpone the event until October 2021.

Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival (Getty Images)

Social media reactions

Right after the news surfaced that Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival has been postponed for the third time in a row, music lovers shared their feelings online. On the one hand, some called it the correct move given the rise of Coronavirus cases in the United States, several started to troll Hudgens, who came under fan scrutiny in March 2020 when the music festival was postponed for the first time.

One user wrote, "Vanessa Hudgens while in another live complaining how Coachella got canceled again this year." Another user wrote, "Someone check on Vanessa Hudgens rn, she’s probably having a heart attack." Another wrote, "Vanessa Hudgens is probably unwell right now with the Coachella news." Another person tweeted, "Just read #Coachella is canceled again.. Has Vanessa Hudgens gone on another rant yet since that's how she stays popular?"



 



 



 



 

Vanessa Hudgens coronavirus controversy:

In March 2020, ‘High School Musical’ movie star Hudgens, 32, shared some candid thoughts about the coronavirus pandemic that did not go too well with people on social media. The actress went on Instagram Live and talked about former President Donald Trump’s warning that the coronavirus could affect the lives till July or August.

The actress said, “Until July sounds like a bunch of ***, I’m sorry, but like it’s a virus, I get it, I respect it. Even if everybody gets it, like yeah, people are going to die, which is horrible, but inevitable? I don’t know, maybe I shouldn’t be doing this right now.” Hudgens later took to her Instagram stories to say that some of her comments were taken out of context by the internet community.

Vanessa Hudgens (Getty Images)

“It’s a crazy time, it’s a crazy, crazy time, and I am at home and in lockdown, and that’s what I hope you guys are doing too,” Hudgens said. “Yeah, I don’t take this situation lightly, by any means, I am home.” However, Hudgens’ statements caused a rife online where people called out her for sharing horrible messages. One user tweeted back then that “What people like Vanessa Hudgens don’t realize is that while they are missing Coachella, the rest of us are missing paychecks. While she struggles to stay relevant, the rest of us struggle to provide for our families.”



 

Shortly after, Hudgens took to Twitter, where she shared a statement apologizing to people she offended.



 

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