Hip-hop award-winning singer/rapper Cardi B thinks Celebrities are being paid to say they have coronavirus COVID-19.
The outspoken rapper went on Instagram to survive Saturday night where she shared her own conspiracy theory about the COVID-19 outbreak.
Several celebrities have come to the fore to reveal they need coronavirus including Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson, Idris Elba, Bravo’s Andy Cohen, and Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant. But not everyone has exhibited symptoms, which has Cardi puzzled.
“Let’s say if I even have the coronavirus immediately. How am I alleged to know I got it because sometimes I will be able to be like, ‘If y’all have a cough, you’ve got it,’” she said. “But then I will be able to be seeing these basketball players say like, ‘Yeah, I even have the coronavirus, but I don’t get no symptoms.’ So how the fuck am I alleged to know when I’m alleged to get tested for it? Y’all ni**as is twiddling with me. That’s my problem right there.”
The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are fever, tiredness, and a dry cough. About 80 percent of individuals who get the virus experience a light case. “I feel ok, I even have no symptoms thus far but are isolated since I acknowledged about my possible exposure to the virus,” said Elba after revealing his positive diagnosis.
During her IG Live, Cardi also questioned whether celebrities are being paid to mention they need the communicable disease. “I’m beginning to desire y’all ni**as is paying ni**as to mention that they got it,” added Cardi.
And if checks are actually being cut, Cardi wants in. “And if y’all are paying ni**as to mention that they got it, pay me too,” she said. “Bitch tryna get paid.”
Cardi, who was within the studio performing on her new album, also admitted that she wants to go away the house so she will get liposuction. “A bitch tryna get lipo,” she said. “I got to know when this shit gonna finish.”
The “Press” rapper previously went viral together with her rant about the coronavirus. Her video was remixed by DJ iMarkkeyz and became a song, which is now set to debut on the Billboard charts. Cardi also revealed that the coronavirus has caused her to delay the discharge of her new single.