Christina Milian's beignet food truck is no longer spinning its wheels… for now.
Last year, the singer, along with her partner, Elizabeth Morris, launched the Beignet Box to much fanfare. By all indications, the endeavor was, well, sweet. But then COVID-19 hit, forcing Christina to hit the brakes.
"There have been some regulations in places like Austin, Dallas as well as Houston, that have stopped us from serving altogether," Christina told Page Six.
Still, the Grammy-nominated singer said she plans to get the food truck back on the road. She also wants to get to places she intended to go before the pandemic.
"[The pandemic] has limited a couple of different places," she said, "but we'll try to go back there probably when everything lets up, and hopefully it'll be by fall or something when we want to bring the second truck to Los Angeles."
Other places she plans to take the truck once COVID-19 restrictions are lifted include New York, Maryland, and Washington, D.C. She even plans to personally serve hungry guests, something she's done before.
"The places I went to was before the heightened restrictions that are happening right now, but everybody really has been minding each other's space," she said. "They wore their masks, and as long as everything is safe and it's OK, then I would be more than happy to [serve].
She continued. "I don't even think we'll even serve at the moment if it's not safe for anybody, and with a child at home and family … you have to care about everyone from top to bottom."