Alyssa Milano Trolled On Twitter For Wearing Crochet Face Mask; Trolls Say, 'I can't stop laughing'

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On-screen character Alyssa Milano was condemned Saturday on Twitter in the wake of sharing an image of herself and her family wearing coronavirus face covers and urging others to do likewise — however hers seemed to have openings in it, as it was stitched.

Milano posted a photograph of herself in a vehicle with her better half and two kids, who were all wearing facial covers. "Show me your masks! Masks keep people safe and healthy. Show me yours! Ready? Go!" she tweeted.



Twitter clients rushed to call attention to how Milano's sewn veil had openings in it and likely wasn't doing anything by any stretch of the imagination. "Your mask is exactly what this fence does to keep mosquitoes out," one user wrote, along with a photo of a fence with many openings in it.

Check out the trolled comments:


After various Twitter clients evaluated her, Milano answered saying there was a channel inside the cover. "A–holes, mask has a carbon filter in it. So, yes, it might be crochet but totally safe," Milano wrote. "Mask has a filter in it for f–k’s sake. A carbon one. My mom makes them. #WearAMask"


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