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Boohoo trying to ‘promote stay-at-home order’ with ‘Clubhouse’ party

As Boohoo’s co-founder Mahmud Kamani is getting set to promote COVID-19 home-testing kits via his different firm Medusa19, his style model is sponsoring non-public events for TikTok-ers in LA within the midst of the lockdown.

On Thursday, eyebrows had been raised on-line when a gaggle of TikTok influencers who’re staying in a house dubbed “Clubhouse” threw a bash sponsored by Boohoo, full with signage, a step-and-repeat, and emblem pillows and floats.

Influencer Charly Jordan posted plenty of on-line tales tagging the model and exhibiting caterers in masks.

A rep for Boohoo informed us the group “have been in quarantine collectively” and that every one branded gadgets “had been delivered and arrange exterior within the yard by minimal workers members,” and “the supply workforce wore all the right PPE.”

“The intent,” they stated, “just isn’t to make mild of the present pandemic or encourage giant gatherings, however reasonably to promote the stay-at-home order and supply a protected however entertaining setting for these in quarantine collectively.”

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