JLo And A-Rod Got VIP Treatment At Their Gym, Which Was Closed To “The Public”

April 2, 2020 / Posted by:

Sure, Jennifer Lopez and Trump’s reported COVID-19 advisor Alex Rodriguez are multi-multi-millionaires who could easily workout in their luxurious gym at home (or snap at their assistant to quickly build them a luxurious home gym if they don’t have one), but then how would they get papped during this pandemic? For rich attention whores, getting papped in workout clothes IS an essential. So even though JLo and A-Rod’s gym in Miami was closed to the peasants, it opened up for them, right before a stay-the-fuck-at-home order was finally issued in the state of Florida.

Yesterday, the Governor of Florida, Ron DeSantis, finally issued a stay-at-home order after weeks of people begging him to do so. As of this morning, there’s 7,700 known cases of corona in Florida, and 101 people have died of it in the state. There’s rumors that the breakout in the state started back in February during the Super Bowl, which JLo performed at.

The stay-at-home order doesn’t go into effect until 12:01AM tomorrow, but when JLo and A-Rod got to their gym yesterday, a sign read: “The gym is not open stay home stay safe.” That sign was obviously meant for plebs only, because J-Rod was let in. The paparazzi caught them leaving the gym, and a mask-wearing security guard opened up the SUV door for them with a sanitizing wipe. Entitlement, thy name is these two:

Hopefully that security guard is getting hazard pay, because while JLo herself has been practicing social distancing for years (meaning, you dirty regulars better distance yourself from her royal diva-ness), she’d definitely snap at her bodyguard to tackle a poor gym employee for merely looking at her and A-Rod.

Pic:  Wenn.com

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