Porn star moans coronavirus ‘isn’t deadly enough’ and says ‘kill off the weak’

A porn star was slammed on Twitter after claiming the coronavirus “isn’t deadly enough” and that “it’s good to kill off the weak”.

Quin Quire, a gay adult performer, made the vile outburst on November 1 to his 67,000 followers. and turned off comments on the post.

Quire, who has starred in productions such as Guys in Sweat Pants and Muscle Boy Wrestling, regularly trolls his followers.

He tweeted: “Covid-19 isn’t deadly enough in my opinion. It’s good to kill off the weak from a population to ensure the BEST survival for the group.

“If it kills me it’s my time but I’m tired of letting the weakest people tell us how to live our lives. F**k you.”

Adult performer The Damon Heart responded: “Stupidity has no limits! I feel sorry for your parents, your grandparents and all those who had a part in your education.

“They must feel terrible with the result! Try to be better.”

Another wrote: “Letting a pandemic run rampant will not strengthen the species.

“Our species won out due to intelligence. COVID doesn’t care about that.

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“In fact those at greatest risk aren’t stupid, they’re doctors.”

A third person said: “Your tirade is petty, immature, and betrays you for being just plain dumb.”

Last month, a fitness influencer who thought Covid-19 didn't exist died at the age of 33.

Dad-of-three Dmitriy Stuzhuk recorded a video from hospital after catching the virus on a trip to Turkey.

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His heartbroken ex-wife Sofia Stuzhuk, 25, later announced he had died after the virus triggered heart complications.

Dmitriy woke up in Turkey with a swollen neck and breathing difficulties.

The Ukrainian told his one million Instagram followers: “I want to share how I got sick and to strongly warn everyone.

“I was one who thought that Covid does not exist…until I got sick.”

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