Kameron Westcott is defending her decision to have a garage sale this past weekend amid the current Coronavirus pandemic.
Over the weekend, the Real Housewives of Dallas star held an epic, pink-themed garage sale at her Highland Park home.
The event included lots of designer items including a “bubble machine, pink lemonade stand, [and] pink mimosas.”
“Garage sale fun!! And by fun… I mean bubble machine, pink lemonade stand, pink mimosas, and lots of friends coming to shop!! Thanks to everyone that came by, we will be open tomorrow too! Happy Weekend!! #rhod,” Kameron wrote on Instagram.
While it seemed like the event was a hit, some RHOD fans took issues with it and voiced their opinions on social media.
“Why the f is @KamWestcott having a garage sale and bouncy house in the middle of a pandemic? Or did COVID skip Highland Park? Or does common sense skip the rich? Not a good look,” one fan tweeted.
However, Kameron defended the move while insisting that social distancing rules were enforced at the garage sale.
“Bounce house was for sale not to play on; masks were worn by all, only 10 people were allowed to shop at a time, social distancing in line to get in, temperature checks at the door… the list goes on. If you have any more suggestions on how to make it safer, I’d love to hear!!” Kameron replied on Twitter.
That same weekend the RHOD season 5 cast reunited to film a pool party in Dallas. The Bravo cameras were rolling at the pool party and Kameron’s garage sale.
The Real Housewives of Dallas will return for season 5 in mid-to-late 2020.
Thoughts on this all? Do you think it was okay for Kameron to have a garage sale amid COVID?