Within hours after Maile Mahelona was laid off last week from her job as a booking-assistant show manager at a concert venue in Portland, she completed an application for unemployment benefits and food stamps.
Then she posted a video of herself on Twitter
“I officially got laid off from my job due to the f-ing coronavirus,” she paused to take a breath as tears rolled down her face. “I work — I worked — in the entertainment business.”
A week before, Mahelona, 26, moved into a new…
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