- Veteran Nollywood actress, Kate Henshaw, recently took to social media to reveal that she recently took a COVID-19 test
- The actress said that the process was extremely uncomfortable
- Henshaw then reacted to claims by some Nigerians that celebs have been paid to say the coronavirus is real
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The coronavirus otherwise known as COVID-19, is one serious phenomenon that the world is facing in the year 2020 when it became a pandemic.
The virus which is easily spread and without a cure has led to the deaths of thousands of people all over the world and celebs have not been excluded.
Just recently, veteran Nollywood actress, Kate Henshaw, took to her Twitter account to share that she recently took a COVID-19 test and she opened up about how uncomfortable it was.
According to her, she was already in tears because her colleague, Nse Ikpe Etim, told her it was painful. The film star added that she took two deep breaths as a swab was stuck deep inside her nose.
See the tweet below:
In a subsequent post, the film star reacted to claims by some people that celebs were being paid to claim the virus was real.
Henshaw said that God would judge them and that if she decides to curse such people, blogs would carry her news. She concluded the post by saying Covid is real.
She wrote: “Someone now commented on my IG saying" all these celebrities that have been paid to say there is Covid, God will judge you.
"If I land am better curse now shay they will say Kate has started again inside blogs.
"I just blocked the person and moved on.
"COVID IS REAL!!”
See the tweet below:
This is coming shortly after top actress, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde admitted that she was COVID-19 positive.
Omotola, 42, popularly known as 'Omo Sexy' revealed the information via her verified Instagram account with almost 5 million followers.
Giving more information, she stated that although she was getting better, she was still in isolation.
She shared: “Hello all, I know most of you have been wondering where I’ve been. Well, I contracted COVID. I have been ill, in isolation and now getting better.”
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