Anitta releases mandatory requirements to attend her 30th birthday party: ‘If you don’t like it, don’t come’

Anitta releases mandatory requirements to attend her 30th birthday party: ‘If you don’t like it, don’t come’

You don’t turn 30 every day and that’s exactly why Anitta want to go all out to make your party unforgettable for years to come.

The Brazilian will celebrate another return to the sun on March 30 surrounded by friends and loved ones who, if they do their part, will have fun like real youngsters in a children’s ball park.

The artist is finalizing the preparations for what will be her welcome at the age of thirty. A celebration that, by all accounts, seems to take place this Friday in São Paulo (and it could last all weekend) and whose guests must meet a series of mandatory requirements, with no exceptions.

Through her Instagram stories, the interpreter of Involve shared the three essential rules to be able to attend, with an important reminder: “If you don’t like it, don’t come”.

Anitta’s 30th Anniversary Code

The first condition is “Do not bring +1,” meaning that it is not a double invitation. “I don’t want a party surrounded by people I don’t know. I invited you, not your friends. If you don’t know how to come alone, stay at home,” she added.

Anitta’s second request is “Do not take photos or videos,” and she explains why: “I did not invite anyone to post content on the Internet just for fun. If you want to do that, look for other parties that will take place throughout this year.”

And the third and last, but not least: “Don’t bother the celebrities or other people by harassing them in the ear without stopping.”

After posting these rules, the artist complained about the constant calls she received from friends and acquaintances asking if they could attend with their partners. “There are people who criticize me because I put the rules in my story. I won’t look at the phone again until the party is over,” she pointed out in a video.

She further added that “If someone can’t come alone, hire a therapist.” And she went even further, stating that she would notify security so they could grab someone’s arm and kick them out of the party “if anyone thought to take a picture or a video with their mobile phone.”

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