- A post on the official Twitter page of late Micheal Jackson has gotten internet users talking
- The deceased via his Twitter handle warned fans to be smart and stay safe from the coronavirus pandemic
- Many could not help but react to the post
The past few weeks have been hard on nations across the world as the number of COVID-19 cases continue to climb up and pose a huge threat to humanity.
However, amidst it all, there have been brief comical moments that have helped people cope with the situation and give them a glimmer of hope that things would eventually return to how they used to be.
The latest of such relieving moments was sighted on the official Twitter page of late music legend, Michael Jackson.
Although dead, the pop icon’s Twitter page is still active and helps fans across the world continue to remember him.
Interestingly, it appears the handler of the page felt it is a good time to use the music star’s platform to reassure people and keep them calm amidst the overbearing worry of the deadly coronavirus.
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In the tweet sighted by Legit.ng, a photo of Jackson was posted along with a brief caption. The photo showed the singer rocking a face mask and in the caption, he urged people to stay smart and safe.
See the post below:
As expected, the tweet generated mixed reactions from internet users on the social media platform. A particular user responded by asking if the late singer has access to WiFi in the afterlife.
Read tweets below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Nigeria has recorded the first coronavirus death after a 67-year-old man who returned home following medical treatment in UK succumbed to the disease.
This was disclosed by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) in a tweet on Monday, March 23. The deceased man reportedly has underlying medical conditions. Specifically, he was suffering from multiple myeloma & diabetes. He was also undergoing chemotherapy.
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