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Nancy Pelosi is under fire for getting a blowout at a San Francisco hair salon that was shuttered amid the coronavirus.

The House Speaker is seen on leaked surveillance video having her hair done while not wearing a face mask or social distancing - actions she criticized President Trump for just hours after getting her hair done.

Pelosi's team issued a statement on Wednesday, blaming the salon owner for telling Pelosi the city said she could have one client at a time in the salon.

But salon owner Erica Kious disputed that explanation. She said she received a text message from one of the stylists who rents a booth at eSalon, asking her to open the shuttered salon because he had Nancy Pelosi coming in on Sunday.

"I'll be there at 2:45 tomorrow," the stylist texted. "Pelosi assistant just message me to do her hair."

Kious said, "I was like, are you kidding me right now? Do I let this happen? What do I do?"

Overreaching coronavirus restrictions prohibits salons from opening for business in San Francisco.

After seeing Pelosi on surveillance video inside her salon the next day, Kious shared the surveillance footage with Fox News.

"It was a slap in the face that she went in, you know, that she feels that she can just go and get her stuff done while no one else can go in, and I can't work," Kious told Fox.

"We have been shut down for so long, not just me, but most of the small businesses and I just can't – it’s a feeling – a feeling of being deflated, helpless and honestly beaten down," she continued. "I have been fighting for six months for a business that took me 12 years to build to reopen."

The news spread like wildfire under the viral hashtag #Pelosimustgo.

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President Trump tweeted: "The Beauty Parlor owner must really dislike Crazy Nancy Pelosi. Turning her in, on tape, is a really big deal. She probably treats him like she treats everyone else...And she strongly supported a Kennedy who just lost in, of all places, Massachusetts!"

Voters expressed their frustration with the Democratic Party for shuttering small businesses and ruining the economy just so they can return to power in November.

"The only things that 'matter' to Democrats is money and power," said one frustrated social media user.

@CongressmanHice wrote: There's one set of rules for the liberal elite, and another for the rest of us. Brazen hypocrisy. Double standards. #PelosiMustGo."

@w_terrence tweeted: "Nancy Pelosi think she's more important and better than the American people. She can go to Salons but other people have to stay home and not go to work or church. Raise your hand if you are ready for Pelosi to go!"

Others expressed similar outrage. Twitter marked all of their tweets as "Not helpful."

Tiny & Shekinah

In last night's episode of VH1's Tiny & Shekinah's Weave Trip, the unbeweaveable duo and their tricked out mobile hair salon make a pit stop in Jackson, MS, where they meet a group of high school dancers trying to earn money to travel to Atlanta for a dance competition. A hastily arranged dance-off between Tiny's team and Shekinah's team earns the girls $5,000. Tiny generously chips in another $3,000 to help the girls reach their goal.

Watch more family fun after the break.

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Macy Gray attends the Kimble Hair Salon Event in Santa Monica, CA

Singer Macy Gray, far left, joined various C-list reality TV stars at the Kimble Hair Salon Event in Santa Monica, CA yesterday. Pictured are (L-R) Gray, Garcelle Beauvais, Kim Kimble, Kelly Price, and Nicci Gilbert. Celebrity hairstylist Kim Kimble invited her clients to celebrate her new season of WeTV's scripted reality series L.A. Hair. Fans can expect to see actress Gabrielle Union, musician Akon and Entertainment Tonight correspondent Rocsi Diaz this season, reports kmbz.com.
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Woman shot in hair salon

A woman was shot and killed inside a Dallas, GA hair salon earlier today, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.

Police say the shooting happened at Julia's Hair Salon on Dallas-Acworth Highway in the Crossroads shopping center on Monday. A male suspect is in custody. He was apprehended by Cobb and Paulding county sheriff's deputies who were eating lunch at a nearby Subways restaurant.

Police did not say what the suspect's connection was to the dead woman.

A salon client with her hair still in rollers was too shaken to speak to a reporter. She was seen leaving a nearby Taco Bell and left the scene with a family member. Black hair salons are normally closed on Mondays in Atlanta.

Dallas is about 26 miles northwest of Atlanta.

Ming Lee

Smash-and-Grab ATM thieves struck the upscale Snob Life salon near downtown Atlanta early Friday morning. The hapless thieves were foiled when they discovered the ATM was bolted to the salon floor. The thieves hit the popular salon, owned by Atlanta socialite Ming Lee, around 6:40 a.m. Friday, police told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Snob Life is a salon that caters to Atlanta's entertainment scene. The stylists are regulars on music videos sets. Their clients include reality TV stars and rappers.

“I feel violated,” salon manager Erin Wales told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “We did not expect this at all.”

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Last week, a vexed hair stylist sashayed into the Buckhead hair salon owned by reality TV personality Derek J. The stylist had words with another stylist, after which he drew a weapon and fired a single bullet into the floor before running off. Normally, the gheys fight with knives, but now they're packing heat?

Police have launched a citywide manhunt for the gun slinging stylist, who they identified on Tuesday. The suspect, Corwin C. Pledger, 24, faces aggravated assault and terroristic threat charges, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution.

If you know where Corwin is hiding, contact Crimestoppers at 404-577-TIPS (8477). You can remain anonymous and you may receive a reward up to $2,000.

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