Karen TRASHES Mask Display At Target While Bragging About Her $40,000 Rolex: Video

July 6, 2020

Kelly Tyko, USA TODAY


An Arizona woman filmed herself trashing a mask display at Target, while bragging about her $40,000 Rolex. 

According to the Daily Mail, Melissa Rein Lively filmed herself trashing the mask rack and uploaded the footage to her Instagram and Twitter accounts. In the video, which has been censored by the Daily Mail below, she can be heard saying, "Finally we meet the end of the road. I've been looking forward to this s*** all my f***ing life...This s***'s over, this s***'s over, this s***'s over. Woo! I don't need this s***. We don't want any of this anymore, this s***'s over." 


Lively is apparently the CEO of a company called The Brand Consortium. A follow-up came from The Brand Consortium's Instagram in the form of an IG Live video showing Lively's interaction with police officers at her home after the Target mask wreckage incident. Right now, it isn't clear if she was arrested and charged with anything. 

Read and see more from the Daily Mail here

Masks have unfortunately been a debate tearing people apart. The truth is, face coverings DO HELP prevent and slow the spread of COVID-19. The World Health Organization says that "masks should be used as part of a comprehensive strategy of measures to suppress transmission and save lives." View the WHO's coronavirus safety guidelines regarding masks here, and please be responsible by wearing one in public.