REAL Housewives of Orange County star Kelly Dodd made a cheers to “super spreaders” and “no masks” as she partied in a crowded restaurant during the pandemic.
Kelly, 45, admitted she’s “getting a lot of hate” after she posted a series of videos in a crowded New Port Beach restaurant with her husband Rick Leventhal and friends.
Kelly Dodd received ‘hate’ for partying in a crowded restaurant during the pandemic
Kelly made a cheers to ‘super spreaders’ and ‘no masks’Credit: Instagram
Kelly held up her Mai Tai drink along with the rest of restaurant-goers as she screamed: “Cheers!”
Someone in the restaurant said: “Screw Covid!”
In a now-deleted part of the video on Kelly’s Instagram Story, another person yelled: “Nobody’s wearing a mask.”
Another person said, “super-spreaders,” as Kelly seemingly repeated what he said.
Kelly said she is ‘allowed’ to be in the restaurant Credit: Instagram
One of her friends said, ‘Spread that s**t’Credit: Instagram
A man at her table then said: “Spread that s**t.”
Kelly said in another video: “I’m getting a lot of hate because we’re at a restaurant we’re allowed to be at. We’re allowed to be at a restaurant!”
Her friend then said: “We have to be able to live a normal life, period.”
Kelly said later on: “I’m not a super spreader because there is nothing to spread. We all got the vaccine and we don’t have it.”
Kelly later went out to dinner in another restaurant Credit: Instagram
But the Bravo star didn’t stop there, as she then went to another crowded outdoor restaurant for dinner.
Kelly mocking Covid precautions comes as California surpassed 40,000 deaths from the virus.
An Instagram follower commented on her reunion photo: “They better not fire you, people are fed up with the cancel culture. Love you and your husband together.”
Kelly said she can’t spread Covid-19 because she got the vaccineCredit: Bravo
Kelly replied: “It’s likely to happen.”
On the reunion, Kelly and host Andy Cohen argued over politics.
Andy said he received messages saying Kelly “was uneducated, putting out misinformation, and behaving like a moron” because she wants businesses to open up despite the increasing cases of Covid-19.
Kelly shot back: “I get them too, saying that you’re Anti-American, that you put your political beliefs out there, that they don’t want to watch a political show.”
Kelly hinted she has been fired from RHOCCredit: Bravo
Last Spring, Kelly was criticized for her remarks about the pandemic, saying: “Do you know how many people died from the h1n1, the swine flu or SARS??
“It’s 25 per cent get your facts straight you are only hearing numbers not the reality!! It’s God’s way of thinning the herd!!
“If you are vulnerable or compromised stay inside if you don’t protect others by wearings masks and gloves keep your distance and don’t go out if you are ill!! It’s common sense.”
Kelly has come under fire for her political views Credit: The Mega Agency
In October, she faced backlash for wearing a hat that read “Drunk Wives Matter,” a play on the Black Lives Matter movement, at her bridal shower.
Kelly also recently said she would not come back to RHOC if her co-star Braunwyn Windham-Burke was still on the show.
The newlywed explained: “I know I cannot film with Braunwyn, I know for a fact I cannot. There’s just no way.
She recently said she won’t return to the show until her co-star Braunwyn is firedCredit: Getty Images – Getty
“If she comes back then I’m out because I know for a fact I cannot. She’s dangerous. Calling people and saying they’re racists and homophobes, and saying I’m a bad mom running around traveling.”
Braunwyn came under fire at the Season 15 reunion when Shannon revealed she offered her 14-year-old daughter, Stella, “the good stuff” at a barbecue two years ago.
Braunwyn cried, admitting: “I can’t believe I did that to a kid.”