Olivia Munn keeps it simple in a white sweatshirt and black leggings while working out in West Hollywood

Olivia Munn keeps it simple in a white sweatshirt and black leggings while working out in West Hollywood










Olivia Munn kept it nice and simple in a black and white outfit Tuesday for a gym session in West Hollywood, Calif.

The 40-year-old actress donned a plain white sweatshirt and black leggings for her workout.

She completed her outfit with matching black and white Avre sneakers.

Simple style: Olivia Munn kept it simple in a black and white outfit Tuesday for a gym session in West Hollywood, Calif.

Olivia had her long black hair in natural wavy curls below her shoulders.

She accessorized black sunglasses and also covered her mouth and nose with a black mask amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

The Oklahoma native earlier this month led the way as a number of stars took to social media to condemn hate against Asians after a mass shooting in Georgia in which six Asian women were among the eight people murdered.

Robert Aaron Long, 21, was arrested and told police the series of murders was not about race, but was due to ‘sex addiction’, with victims being targeted because they had tried.

Two colors: The 40-year-old actress donned a plain white sweatshirt and black leggings for her workout, along with matching black and white Avre sneakers

Two colors: The 40-year-old actress donned a plain white sweatshirt and black leggings for her workout, along with matching black and white Avre sneakers

Olivia questioned how the attack could be considered anything other than a hate crime after Cherokee County Sheriff’s Captain Jay Baker told a press conference that Long had had “a really bad day” before the mass murder.

“I’m sick of people humanizing white terrorists and excusing their murderous acts,” she wrote. ‘”He was a sex addict.” “He was having a very bad day.”

She continued: “It makes no sense to help a community that is under attack and feels powerless to stop it. It’s a way of trying to justify and rationalize what he did instead of just calling it what it is: a hate crime against Asian women.

Condemning hate: The Oklahoma native earlier this month led the way as a number of stars took to social media to condemn hate against Asians after a mass shooting in Georgia during of which six Asian women were among the eight people murdered

Condemning hate: The Oklahoma native earlier this month led the way as a number of stars took to social media to condemn hate against Asians after a mass shooting in Georgia during of which six Asian women were among the eight people murdered

Awards show: Olivia was shown last month on Instagram as she watched the Golden Globe Awards

Awards show: Olivia was shown last month on Instagram as she watched the Golden Globe Awards

Munn called on authorities to “hold [Long] account” in the context of a hate crime in their handling of the case.

“We need to hold people who think this way to account,” she said. “You have a whole population that lives under threat. Asian Americans are targeted. Want to talk about mental health? Let’s talk about how there is a mental health crisis in living in a country that attacks you just for being you. We need help. Please.’

The Newsroom star added the hashtag #StopAsianHate and called herself a “proud Asian American” as she signed.

Proud star: The pressroom star, shown in February 2020 in Beverly Hills, California, added the hashtag #StopAsianHate and called herself a 'proud Asian American' as she signed

Proud star: The pressroom star, shown in February 2020 in Beverly Hills, California, added the hashtag #StopAsianHate and called herself a ‘proud Asian American’ as she signed

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