Paul Stanley, the iconic rhythm guitarist and co-lead vocalist of KISS, has acutely reacted to the news of CNN US, in which it was stated that the three-time Olympic volleyball gold medalist Kerri Walsh Jennings said she went to the grocery store without a mask and called it bravery.

Highly careful about the global pandemic since it first broke out, Paul Stanley has been displaying exemplary behaviors when it comes to prevention of himself and his followers. Giving updates from his healthy lifestyle, Stanley frequently shows his fans the ways of staying safe.

On his latest tweet, Paul Stanley has pointed out the most toxic thought about the deadly Covid-19. Reposting the news of CNN US, Paul said about the successful sportswoman that he feels sad when someone confuses stupidity and selfishness with bravery.

He criticized Kerri Walsh Jennings’ recent act, which was going out to the grocery store without a mask, and her excuse that she made a little exercise in being brave. Stanley said that there is nothing brave about driving a car into a crowd with a blindfold on.

It was stated in the news that Jennings, who is one of the most dominant volleyball players to ever compete, posted on Instagram that she went shopping without a face covering and called it a little exercise in being brave. She said she wanted to stand up for her rights and freedoms without being reckless or putting others in danger, however, she is facing a wave of criticism now.

Here is what Paul Stanley said in his latest tweet:

“Sad when someone confuses stupidity and selfishness with bravery. How about showing ‘bravery‘ by working in the ICU COVID Unit without PPE?

Nothing ‘brave’ about driving a car into a crowd with a blindfold on. Let’s stop the ‘freedom‘ and ‘hoax‘ nonsense. Wear a mask.”

You can see the tweet below.