AKA, real name Kiernan Forbes has tested positive for the novel COVID-19 virus, also known as coronavirus!ward-winning South African Hip-Hop Supa Mega,
“As soon as you feel that cough coming on, that headache… weakness in your muscles. Chills at night. Trust me. GO TEST ASAP. There are places where they do the swab at the back of your throat, not that insane up your nose one. Do it so you can know what you dealing with.” AKA.
In an attempt to create awareness around the virus and to caution citizens to be more careful in their daily interactions with others, AKA has chosen to make his COVID-19 results public.
Sharing the news on his social media pages, AKA pleads with everyone to adhere to social distancing guidelines, to wear masks, and to hold stringent hygiene measures by frequently sanitizing and washing our hands. COVID-19.
Since the announcement of the COVID-19 pandemic in South Africa, AKA said that he has taken precautions that were stipulated by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the South African Government.
“COVID-19 has become a very real part of many lives in South Africa and AKA will, therefore, be sharing his recovery journey with everyone whilst in self-isolation as he aims to be as transparent as possible about his journey with COVID-19,” reads the statement shared by AKA.
As usually, someone accused celebrities of being used to legitimize the COVID-19 “propaganda”.
“The problem is you think celebrities are immune to contagious diseases like COVID 19. You worship them too much,” responded AKA.
AKA said that he was looking forward to de-stigmatizing the whole COVID-19 thing.
“I’m looking forward to de-stigmatizing this whole thing. It seems like people only sit up and pay attention when it happens to public figures or those close to them. Unfortunately at some point, we are ALL going to catch it,” wrote AKA. COVID-19.
When he was accused of running a “promo” for the South African Government, AKA had this to say: “Go to the mall, lick the elevator buttons, wait 5 days and come tell me about paid promo.”
A lot of South African television production houses had to halt production due to the spread of the novel COVID-19 pandemic. Mzansi’s biggest music concerts also took a hard-knock, including practitioners of the entire arts/entertainment sector also relying on COVID-19 Relief Funds.