Sophie Turner Recalls Giving Birth In A Pandemic To Shut Down Anti-Mask Wearers

Ata Owaji Victor
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Sophie Turner just expertly shutdown anti-mask wearers.

In a clip shared to her Instagram Stories on Wednesday (December 16), the 24-year-old had a direct message for people who choose to forgo face masks or coverings amid the ongoing global Coronavirus health pandemic.

In the video the Game of Thrones star reclines on a cosy sofa, with a black water bottle in hand and says: 'If I can wear a mask while I give birth, you can wear a mask at Walmart'.

She concluded by adding the popular catchphrase (originally used frequently in Black American communities), 'And that’s the tea.'

Turner, who is known for her spontaneity and for her much needed authenticity on instagram, gave birth to her first child, daughter Willa with husband Joe Jonas in July.

The couple live in Los Angeles where COVID-19 case numbers have been increasing daily. L.A. is also currently under a 'safer at home' order which requires all people to wear a face covering when they leave their home.

Turner's has been known to take on a breadth of topics in her regular, 'And that's the tea segments'. In September, she shared her hilarious take on drinking wine (which she's also been known to successfully chug at Basketball games - truly, an icon).

The actress shared a clip of herself wearing a cap and using a voice-altering, where she stated: 'Wine is fine and it's all mine. And that's the tea!'

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