COVID-19: Paul Psquare confirms he's down with the virus, gives advice

COVID-19: Paul Psquare confirms he's down with the virus, gives advice

- Paul Okoye has announced he is down with coronavirus

- The superstar singer in a recent Instagram post warned Nigerians about the virus

- According to him, it is the worst sickness ever

- This comes months after his twin brother, Peter, announced he and his family had also caught the virus

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Nigerian singer, Paul Okoye, also known as Rude Boy, left fans concerned after he revealed he had caught the coronavirus.

In a recent Instagram post, the member of the defunct music duo, Psquare, stated he had been battling the virus for the past 10 days.

COVID-19: Paul Psquare confirms he's down with the virus, gives advice
Paul cautioned people about the coronavirus. Photo credit: @iamkingrudy
Source: Instagram

Paul warned doubtful people about the realness of the virus and urged them to be careful and stop being ignorant or risk getting the virus as well.

He wrote:

"ATTENTION!!! F*ck it !!! Covid is REAL !!! I know as typical Nigerian or African is very hard to believe some will say “experience is the best teacher ‍♂️‍♂️‍♂️ oh well , the experience and the teacher has visited me and they’ve been dealing with me for more than 10days now sh*t is not funny ..... worst sickness ever!!! ...... y’all better be careful out there ❤️ if you like believe me , if you like don’t believe me ‍♂️ you can as well wait for your own experience by playing ignorance ‍♂️Goodluck ‍♂️God help us all."

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Recall in June 2020, Paul's twin brother, Peter Okoye, left fans and followers in shock after he took to social media to reveal how himself, his wife, their daughter and two of their domestic staff all tested positive for coronavirus.

In a video shared to his Instagram page, he described the past three weeks as being “hell” for himself and his family as he’s been ill with the disease but had been keeping it to himself.

Okoye stated that he finally decided to be open about his family's situation so as to encourage people to indulge in the precautionary steps to fight against the disease.

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