To wear a mask or to not wear a mask, that is the question. While there are still plenty of businesses around the United States that require customers to wear masks while inside their establishment, two-time World Series champ Aubrey Huff simply does not care.
Huff, who retired from baseball in 2014, has announced to the world that he’s done wearing a mask inside any business because it’s ‘unconstitutional to enforce.’
I will no longer wear a mask inside any business. It’s unconstitutional to enforce. Let’s make this bullshit stop now! Who’s with me? #coronavirus
— Aubrey Huff (@aubrey_huff) June 15, 2020
After his tweet on Monday, which received a whopping 39k favorites, nearly 12k retweets and over 10k replies, Huff decided to double down on Tuesday and post a video about his stance on masks. He also said that it’s not safe for people to breathe in their own CO2 all the time.
“I understand that coronavirus is real,” Huff explained. “If you have pre-existing conditions or you’re an old person, or, and this is going to sound insensitive, but someone has to say it, you’re morbidly obese, stay the fuck home.”
He then stated that he’d rather die than “live the rest of my life in fear and wear a mask.”
“It’s not healthy to breathe in your own CO2 all the time and it seems like everyone is a coronavirus expert. If I, God forbid, get the coronavirus here’s what I do: I go home, I get well and I get back and live my life. I would rather die from coronavirus than live the rest of my life in fear and wear a mask.”
— Aubrey Huff (@aubrey_huff) June 16, 2020
On Wednesday, Huff posted another video rant with the caption ‘Jesus wouldn’t have worn a mask’ in which he called out all the blue checkmarks in his mentions.