Coronavirus on a world tour and shut down everywhere - Rapper Olamide says

Coronavirus on a world tour and shut down everywhere - Rapper Olamide says

- Nigerian rapper, Olamide, has taken to social media to comment on the coronavirus pandemic

- The rapper implored the virus to leave because people are already tired

- Olamide said that coronavirus has been on a world tour and has shut everywhere down

The coronavirus pandemic has been an issue plaguing most parts of the world for a few months now and is also threatening to cripple the healthcare system of even developed countries as they struggle to contain the virus.

Many countries in Africa might not be suffering as much as European countries but they are starting to grapple with the reality of how dangerous the pandemic is and how things can be very fatal if quick action is not taken.

In order to curb the spread of the disease, many governments have ordered a lockdown including Nigeria where people have been told to stay at home and practise social distancing.

This has led to people who are used to going out being cooped up at home and not knowing what to do with all this free time, especially celebrities.

Just recently, Nigerian rapper, Olamide, took to social media via his Instagram page to speak on the coronavirus pandemic.

Olamide implored the disease to leave as he described it as being the baddest. According to the rapper, corona is on a world tour and successfully shut down everywhere.

He also said coronavirus should go quickly.

Olamide wrote: “Corona de do world tour ! Shutdown everywhere... nobody badder ! We gree for you no1 ... oya do come de go”.

See his post below:

In other related news, reported that Grammy-nominated singer, Burna Boy, has reacted to the arrest and arraignment of Nollywood actress, Funke Akindele.

The Nollywood film star had hosted a birthday party at her abode in Amen estate, Lagos, and videos from the occasion made the rounds on social media.

A number of Nigerians were angered by it seeing as the government had ordered a lockdown and for people to stay at home and practise social distancing due to the coronavirus pandemic.

In a series of videos shared on his Instastory, Burna Boy said that Nigerians deserve the things happening to them.

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