Naira Marley replies after he received backlash for saying he does not believe in coronavirus

Naira Marley replies after he received backlash for saying he does not believe in coronavirus

- Naira Marley has responded to those who criticized him over his views on coronavirus

- The rapper had earlier taken to social media to insinuate the presence of coronavirus in Nigeria is fake

- Many Nigerians slammed him for his ignorance and misleading people

- Marley, however, maintains it is his views and no one can do anything about it

Earlier on, the Nigerian social media platforms were agog with massive reactions after popular Nigerian musician, Naira Marley, in a subtle way, revealed that he does not believe in coronavirus.

The post which went viral, had many Nigerians slamming him for his ignorance. Well, it appears the singer is anything but remorseful about how damaging and misleading his tweets may have been.

In a recent video, the Soapy crooner is seen challenging people for attacking him over his belief. Naira Marley stated that one had to be stupid to criticize him for not believing in coronavirus.

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Meanwhile, as the battle against coronavirus continues to intensify with more confirmed cases across the country, many people have resorted to spiritual means to fight the deadly disease.

Photos of a group of Methodist women praying against the virus have since gone viral on social media after it was captured and shared by a Facebook user, Onah Blessed Emmanuel.

The group of women in uniform Ankara print are seen lying flat on the bare ground as they prayed against the virus, killings in Benue and for the protection of the Benue people.

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Many citizens have been thrown into fear at what to expect over the issue of coronavirus.

For abroad-based gay rights activist Bisi Alimi however, it appears he knows exactly what to expect and seems to have taken necessary measures to prepare for the worst.

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Still on coronavirus, many people have resorted to the blame games on social media.

Nigerian media personality, Toke Makinwa, recently took to the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to express her anger at China over the outbreak of coronavirus.

The controversial media personality seemed to be of the opinion that the virus was gotten from animals as she advised them to stop eating certain animals.

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