- Sensational rapper Zlatan Ibile has shared his thoughts about the coronavirus pandemic
- The rap act in a recent IG live session with Bankulli maintained that the virus does not exist
- Zlatan is not the only Nigerian celebrity who has expressed doubts about the coronavirus
As the world continues to battle against the coronavirus pandemic, certain individuals have continued to steer conspiracy theories and hold the opinion that the virus is only a facade and does not exist.
Despite the fact that fresh cases of the virus are being recorded on a daily bases in Nigeria, sensational rapper, Zlatan Ibile, recently came out to say that he does not believe the virus exists.
Zlatan made his declaration in the middle of an Instagram live video session with popular artist manager, Bankulli.
In a portion of the video making the rounds online, a disgruntled Zlatan was heard talking about his shows in London that got cancelled due to the pandemic.
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Zlatan maintained that he does not believe in the virus even when his colleague tried to steer him away from the conversation.
Watch the clip below:
The young man is not the only Nigerian celebrity that has publicly come out to share doubts in the existence of the pandemic that continues to claim lives.
Some weeks ago, singer Slimcase reacted to the continued spread of the coronavirus pandemic. The singer while reacting to a post on Instagram noted that the pandemic is a scam. Slimcase likened COVID-19 to malaria and claimed it would self-cure under two weeks.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC) has confirmed 34 new coronavirus cases in the country. The agency announced the latest cases in a tweet late Wednesday, April 15.
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Nigeria recorded 34 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday as total soars to 407 in 19 states and the FCT. According to the NCDC, 18 of the new cases are in Lagos, 12 in Kano, 2 in Katsina, 1 in Delta and 1 in Niger. There are now 407 confirmed cases across the country with 128 recoveries and 12 deaths.
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