The pound has taken a nose-dive, ASOS went down for hours and Prime Minister David Cameron has announced he’ll be stepping aside in just a few short months. All because no one listened to Lindsay Lohan.
As the Brits went to the polling booths to vote on whether or not to stay in the European Union, the actress bravely took to social media inciting them to “remain”.
Alas, she did delete her tweets, but not before they were widely spotted by her followers:
— Andrew Katz (@katz) June 24, 2016
“Be smart, pay attention and work hard to buy Chanel,” she warned, but no one heeded her desperate calls.
When the child star come hot mess first chimed in on Twitter with her take on #Brexit people were all like…
But, in fact, the American actress who now lives in London and has Irish heritage (I mean, just look at her hair) actually managed to make several compelling points — in less than 140 characters, to boot!
As it turns out, our Linds has quite an interest in local politics as evidenced by her articulate appeal to the nation’s small business owners.
Understandably other savvy Twitter users began to query the sincerity of the seemingly out of character, capital letter heavy offerings. But Lindsay confirmed it was all her.
Then there was this question for national newspaper The Telegraph, which I’m actually still not over.