The Illinois mayor’s internet-famous daughter-in-law criticized her uncle Sunday for attending a family wedding in Florida.
Christine Sirigo, a former Busfeed personality and co-host of YouTube’s “The Kitchen & Jorn Show”, said Naperville Mayor Steve Sirigo “did not regret” his actions, which was a “huge insult” to the community.
“He should be held accountable,” Sirigo tweeted Sunday, addressing organizers in Naperville. “Updates needed. You also belong to this community. Your safety is paramount. Matter to you. I am rooted for you. ”
Sirigo did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
His statement came after a widely circulated photo on social media showed Steve Siriko standing close to his family at his daughter’s wedding – none of them wearing a mask.
Steve Sirigo confirmed in an email that he had gone to Florida for his daughter’s outdoor wedding and reception, which had a total of 53 guests.
“Before I left for Florida this weekend for my daughter Jenna’s wedding, my family and I did Govt tests and tested negative,” he said in a statement. “When I return to Naperville, I will isolate and test again.”
His daughter-in-law was not the only one to criticize the mayor.
Illinois Govt. Britzker expressed his concerns at the daily Corona virus conference on Monday, saying people were not following public health measures to mitigate the spread of the virus. NBC Chicago Announced.
“I saw a story about a mayor in Illinois who flew to Florida for a wedding, didn’t wear a mask, there were more than 50 people at the wedding, and that’s kind of it – that’s exactly what we don’t ask people to do,” Britzker said.
The controversy arose because there were Govt-19 cases Increasing in all 50 states. The mayor’s trip was a Warning Americans from disease control and prevention centers say they should not travel for the holidays.
As of Tuesday, Dubege County, located in Naperville, had reported more than 41,000 cases and 748 deaths since the outbreak began in March. Johns Hopkins Govt-19 Dashboard.
Sirigo tweeted on Saturday that his uncle and his immediate family did not believe “they did anything wrong”.
He added that he was initially reluctant to speak out publicly against his uncle, but notes that “people are dying, Kim,” from “continuing to deal with the Kardashians.”
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