Dr. Phil Confronts Millennial Who Licked Airplane Toilet for ‘Coronavirus Challenge’ – Calls Her ‘Spoiled and Entitled’
“Yeah,” she replied.Earlier this month, a disturbing video went viral in which a fame-hungry 21 year-old named Ava Louise licked a toilet seat on an airplane as part of a “coronavirus challenge.”
On Thursday, talk show host Dr. Phil interview the aspiring singer and self-described “skinny legend,” and it didn’t take long for their discussion to go off the rails.
Insider reported that Ava Louise said she had no regrets about using the coronavirus pandemic to gain fame for herself.
“I was, like, really annoyed that corona was getting more publicity than me,” she told Dr. Phil. “I just don’t think that this is as concerning as possibly as it could be, because I don’t have coronavirus. I don’t have any symptoms. No one I know has symptoms.”
Please RT this so people can know how to properly be sanitary on the airplane ?? pic.twitter.com/x7GX9b4Lxc
— Ava Louise (ig @avalouiise) (@realavalouiise) March 14, 2020
The young woman went on to say that coronavirus can’t be that serious since she is still healthy despite the fact that she just went to Florida for spring break.
Ava Louise later became so angry with Dr. Phil’s criticisms of her video that she said she wanted to cough on him.
“I’ll pull up and I’ll cough on you,” she said, at which time the talk show host called her “spoiled and entitled.”
“If you infect one person that loses their life, is it worth it for you to have this attention?” Dr. Phil asked her.
“Yeah,” she replied without hesitation.
Ava Louise also blamed the baby boomer generation for blowing the coronavirus out of proportion.
“You know what’s ridiculously irresponsible and selfish is that your generation only cares about this virus because it affects you,” she said, adding, “You’re blowing this pandemic to crazy proportions, instilling fear in the nation, because you feel like it affects boomers.”
Ava Louise might want to check out the latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which shows that 20% of people who were hospitalized with COVID-19 in the United States are 20 to 44 years old.