Comedy legend Luenell said she had no choice but to kick her daughter out of her home after she refused to take the coronavirus pandemic seriously. In an Instagram post, the comedienne shared tough but fair words for her daughter, who Luenell said was being wildly irresponsible by ignoring social distancing guidelines.

"I meant to say it breaks my damn Heart❤️ not my damn Geart, thats just how emotional I was when making this decision but when you choose ur friends over your Family, I have to make the best decision for me and my husband who is already suffering from COPD," Luenell wrote.






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I meant to say it breaks my damn Heart❤️ not my damn Geart, thats just how emotional I was when making this decision but when you choose ur friends over your Family, I have to make the best decision for me and my husband who is Already suffering from COPD. I’m sure most of the millennials think we are dramatic and overreacting because they’re not as “woke” as they think they are 🤨 Why am I sharing this publicly? Because maybe some of You might want to think of the activities of Your children outside of your house these days as well. The millennials are not listening and not taking proper precautions. This is our LIVES we are talking about people especially if you are in a certain age category. I’m bummed but it is what it is. #fukthesekids 💔

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People with COPD are at a higher risk of having complications from the coronavirus, according to the CDC. Anyone over the age of 50 is also highly susceptible to becoming seriously ill from the virus.

The comedienne went on to jokingly add "#fukthesekids," while reminding young people that older Americans have to protect themselves.

"I’m sure most of the millennials think we are dramatic and overreacting because they’re not as 'woke' as they think they are 🤨 Why am I sharing this publicly? Because maybe some of You might want to think of the activities of Your children outside of your house these days as well. The millennials are not listening and not taking proper precautions. This is our LIVES we are talking about people especially if you are in a certain age category. I’m bummed but it is what it is," Luenell added. 

Despite a rising death toll and terrifying stories of people losing the ability to breathe on their own, there are still people who refuse to follow social distancing guidelines.  

Initial reporting about the virus assumed young people were largely unaffected by COVID-19, but that has now been widely debunked due to a recent spate of deaths of people under the age of 50 in the last week. 

Recently, a 17-year-old California teen with the coronavirus died, as Miami beaches were packed with spring breakers eager to party as hard as possible.

Scientists from the CDC have repeatedly released warnings, telling people they are putting themselves and their older family members at risk by continuing to congregate in large groups and ignore social distancing efforts. 

Local and state leaders have been forced to enact strict limitations in an effort to get people to stay home and stop ignoring medical warnings. Yet, some parents are having to reinforce rules such as curfews, limit social interactions and order a lockdown with their children amid the global pandemic.

Despite parents' attempts to limit the spread of the virus, some may end up resorting to Luenell's course of action.