Tampa’s Big Cat Rescue owner Carole Baskin has been rising to the ranks of “New and Noteworthy” on Cameo lately as she continues to release videos to her adoring fans, but one recent video of her and her husband Howard singing “In Da Club” might be considered a bit more cringe-worthy than noteworthy.
Sporting her signature flower crown, Baskin addresses the video to Charlotte with husband Howard Baskin by her side sporting his own party hat.
The two of then jam out to “In Da Club” by 50 Cent. The couple appears to be having fun with the video as they laugh and pretend to drink from a bottle of Bacardi rum. It now has 76k shares as of publication.
"Our new $CAT coin is not a currency for investment, but rather is a purr-ency of our fans to show their love for the cats and to reap the benefits of being our most forward-thinking partners in creating a world where all wild cats live free," said Baskin.
These cryptocurrencies provide access to exclusive activities presented by Big Cat Rescue, including access to live virtual chats with Carole Baskin along with discounts and early access to merchandise.
Florida is looking to ease government-enforced COVID-19 restrictions as cases slowly continue to drop and vaccines are administered across the state.
Governor Ron DeSantis, in a press conference on Monday, issued an executive order that immediately suspends all current local COVID-19 restrictions, while also signing a bill that will prohibit local governments from enforcing COVID-19 emergency orders, including mask mandates and social distancing requirements, starting July 1.
On top of the new order, DeSantis also reinforced his ban on "vaccine passports," saying it is unnecessary to be "policing people at this point."
"If you're saying that, you really are saying you don't believe in the vaccines, you don't believe in the data," he said.
The Tampa Bay Times reports the order only prevents local governments from issuing COVID-19 restrictions, meaning local businesses and restaurants may still enforce restrictions such as mask mandates and/or social distancing precautions.