It has become trendy among US celebrities, but they say it is unhygienic and dangerous

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The famous people of America always set the trend, both when it comes to fashion or certain habits. And one in particular that has already added several exponents is being criticized on social media because they connect it to lack of hygiene.

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And in this case, this urban fashion has attracted a lot of attention, and not only from fans who have seen how it was also made in Streets of NYC.

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American stars walk barefoot on the street

some photos of Australian actor Jacob Elordi, of HBO’s Euphoria, walking barefoot down the street to go get a coffee in the US, went viral on social media.

As expected, it has done nothing but arouse comments of all kinds, the majority against this idea which can even be dangerous to health.

But he wasn’t the only one to adhere to this curious and questionable habit. He also integrates the list of “barefoot” musician and songwriter Mike Sabath, who has worked with Meghan Trainor, Liam Payne, the Jonas Bros. and Selena Gomez.

“I don’t usually wear shirts or shoes, honestly,” said the 25-year-old American The cut from New York Magazine, assuring that he does it because he feels “freer”.

Drew Barrymore, pioneer

In any case, neither artist seems to be a pioneer of this trend since a couple of years ago actress and presenter Drew Barrymore he was photographed barefoot on the streets of Manhattan.

Naturally, in all cases the users rejected this custom due to its lack of hygiene.

Drew Barrymore, one of the first to walk the streets barefoot.  Photo: AP

Drew Barrymore, one of the first to walk the streets barefoot. Photo: AP

“Did you walk into the canteen barefoot? That’s disgusting!said tiktoker Blakely Thornton in a video, it spreads 20 minutes.

“I think they are hobbits who will destroy the one ring,” another person added on another photo of Sabath. And someone added: “I hate him, but at least he has manicured feet.” Related to health, someone warned: “It will be a child with tetanus”.

But among so many attacks, a defender emerged with an at least understandable argument: “If that is Jacob Elordi, know that walking barefoot is very typical for Australians“.

Source: Clarin

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