AKA shows and explains after people questioned his coronavirus results is positive
South Africans received sad news about their favorite rapper – AKA, who confirmed to the media that he tested positive for COVID-19. The news came two days after his child’s birthday.
“In an effort to make awareness round the virus and to caution citizens to take care in their daily interactions with others, AKA has chosen to form his results public” read the statement.
The rapper’s news comes after a variety of celebrities have come public with their statuses. Zola Hashtsi and Mshoza being amongst those that have confidently came out.
The artiste’s management released a press release that AKA shared on his Twitter page that said it had been his thanks to raising awareness about the pandemic.
“In an effort to make awareness round the virus and to caution citizens to be more careful in their daily interactions with others, AKA has chosen to form his results public,” read the statement.
The statement said he has been taking all the precautionary measures to stop being infected.
Many concerned fans on social well-wished a speedy recovery for his or her favorite rapper.
However, amongst the celebrities who came out with their statuses, AKA may be a different case. The rapper also announced on Twitter that he had been paid R55 million to return out together with his status. The rapper said he was paid by the planet Health Organization.
Ok, sigh … I can’t keep it up any longer … it’s true … I have been paid …. 55 MILLION RAND to go public with my status by the WHO. 💔
— AKA (@akaworldwide) July 10, 2020
Ok, sigh … I can’t keep it up any more … it’s true … I even have been paid …. 55 MILLION RAND to travel public with my status by the WHO. 💔
While others were touched by the rappers status and were naturally concerned, some believed this is often a government consipracy to push their propaganda. Twitter users posted their distrust of the news.