While the world reels from the devastation of COVID-19, social media influencers are leveraging it for ta chance at fifteen minutes of fame. And now influencer Ava Louise has achieved hers by doing something she probably never thought would make her famous – licking a dirty toilet seat on an airplane to kick start the new “coronavirus challenge” that might start sweeping the internet.

While baby boomers struggle to survive COVID-19, Gen Zers, like Ava Louise, are licking dirty toilet seats in desperate bids to gain fame.

After putting her tongue to the airborne toilet seat, Louise wrote: Please RT this so people can know how to properly be sanitary on the airplane.”

The social media influencer admitted that she licked the toilet seat because she was jealous of COVID-19. The pandemic was getting more attention than her on social media, so she was willing to degrade herself in the best way she knew how – by licking a toilet seat. She wanted everyone to talk about her – and now she’s gotten what she wanted. Unfortunately, Ava Louise might forever be known as the girl who licked a toilet seat to start the coronavirus challenge because she was jealous of the global pandemic’s coverage online.

“What’s not gonna make people sad is a hot rich blonde 20-something-year-old licking a toilet,” she said. “It’s not like the virus can kill me anyway because I don’t use Facebook.”

People were disgusted by her response. But she got the attention she wanted after posting the video of herself licking the toilet seat on March 14, 2020. She appeared on the Dr. Phil Show.

The following day, Louise admitted that she started the coronavirus challenge for “clout.” She said that licking a toilet seat was no worse than “eating a dude’s *ss” on camera. She also showered the world with her ignorance when she explained how she was immune from the disease.

“I can’t get coronavirus,” she added. “Just like the gays, rich blonde b*tches are IMMUNE.”

As soon as Ava Louise got attention for licking a toilet seat to start the coronavirus challenge, she tried to leverage her new-found fame for social good.

“OK, so now that you’re all on my page — racism is bad,” she tweeted. “Gay people are good. Transphobia is grosser than me licking a toilet. Good day.”

Following her rise to fame, she spoke to Insider about how she was “tired of some b*tch named corona getting more publicity than ME.”

Besides, she said, “hot blondes” never get sick, so “no harm done.”

Although the toilet seat tasted dirty, she’s glad she licked it because she got the desired effect.

“I just wanted more attention than this corona b*tch, but she’s GOOD,” she said. “So I capitalized off her. And now I’m like global news. My mom told me she’s proud of me. I shed light on pandemic while wearing Fendi sunglasses … The serve.”

If any Gen Zers in your life are talking about the coronavirus challenge, make sure they know that it is not a good idea to go around licking toilet seats.

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