'Tiger King' star Carole Baskin selling coronavirus face masks

Lawrence Kim
May 23, 2020

Now you can show your love of Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness while protecting yourself from the coronavirus.

Carole Baskin, who became famous overnight, through a Netflix documentary series called Tiger King, chose to join famous people selling Coronavirus masks.

Sharing a photo of two of her recent masterpieces, the masks come in black or leopard print (would it really be a Carole Baskin creation if it didn't?) and don a cat nose, mouth and whiskers alongside the line "Hey all you cool cats and kittens". And how may they are saying the rest?

Carole Baskin is capitalising off the current situation, using the public's newfound demand for face coverings to her advantage.

Baskin collaborated with Chicago-based company, Tread365, to bring the "Cool Cats" and "Cool Kittens" masks "for any "Tiger King" enthusiast and Big Cat Rescue fan". The washable piece of popular culture historical past is priced at $11, though sooner or later it's going to possible go for a lot of instances that on the long run equal of eBay, pitched as a the right memento of 2020.

Netflix announced last month that 64 million of its subscriber households worldwide had sampled Tiger King since it was released on March 20.

Legal advocates for Joseph Maldonado-Passage (a.k.a. "Joe Exotic") are on the road with their fight to get the convicted animal man out of prison.

Joe's serving a 22-year sentence behind bars after behind found guilty of killing tigers to make more room for others at his now infamous zoo, and of hiring a hitman to kill his nemesis Carole Baskin.

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