On Twitter, the iconic blues and rock guitarist Eric Clapton‘s daughter Ruth Clapton-Bartlett shared a tweet about how challenging it was to have her kids at home all the time during the lockdown and wanted them to get back to school as soon as possible.
Since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, the students of every age had to stay home and take online lessons in many countries around the world. However, it has been almost six months since the governments put the necessary measures into action which also caused the parents to spend time with their kids far more than usual.
While many countries around the world have been discussing the possible risks of reopening the schools, some parents shared their concerns about having their children at home for a longer time.
Recently on Twitter, the English rapper Genesis Elijah posted a tweet about how he was sick of his kids being at home all the time and wanted them to go back to school even if that means they could get Covid-19 there.
Here’s the tweet Genesis Elijah posted on Twitter:
“Fuck it! Send these kids back to school! I don’t care if it’s the summer holidays I’m sick of them! If Covid-19 gets them so be it! Either that or let me go to school to get the fuck away from them lol FFS!!“
As a response to Elijah’s tweet, Ruth Clapton-Bartlett shared a comment saying she was completely agreed with him. Ruth, who has two sons named Isaac and Theodore, also mentioned that she was fed up with her kids being at home all the time months ago, therefore, she shared the same attitude with Elijah about sending kids back to school.
Here’s what Ruth Clapton-Bartlett stated in her recent tweet:
“Mate I was done months ago! Lockdown can kiss my ass. The fact that both my kids are still living in my house is astounding to me right now!“
You can see the tweet Ruth Clapton-Bartlett posted on Twitter below.
Mate I was done months ago! Lockdown can kiss my ass. The fact that both my kids are still living in my house is astounding to me rn! 💯
— Ruth ClaptonBartlett (@ruthclapton) August 23, 2020