- Top Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie has dropped a video speaking about the coronavirus pandemic and urging all the viewers to take every necessary precaution to be safe
- According to the rapper, coronavirus is not as 'cool' as was first perceived when news about it broke
- The rapper indicates that he is very safe himself & goes further to express his condolence to families who have lost loved ones
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Ghanaian rapper and entrepreneur from Tema Michael Owusu Addo, known professionally as Sarkodie has strongly advised his fans to take COVID-19 much more seriously.
The superstar made the statements in a video reply to many tweets he indicated to have received from many of his fans asking for his whereabouts and state of being.
According to Sarkodie, he is totally safe where he is and there is absolutely nothing for the fans and well-wishers to worry about regarding his wellbeing.
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Proceeding with his statement, the award-winning rapper indicated that COVID-19 has become more serious than was initially perceived when news about it broke.
In his own words, "in the beginning we all thought that 'this be the new virus e come e bi cool' but I think it's really getting intense and I'd like to urge each and every one of you to take the precautions seriously"
Sarkodie goes a step further to extend his condolence to the families who lost their loved ones to the COVID-19 and encourages all the viewers to be strong as all of them would get through this hard time.
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In other news, Sarkodie is not the only renowned musician in Ghana who has been speaking about the coronavirus pandemic.
Not long ago, YEN.com.gh reported that top Ghanaian celebrity King Promise has stated that he is in self-isolation after returning from the UK in the past days
According to the Ghanaian musician, he shows no symptoms of COVID-19 but has decided to undergo the 2-week isolation in line with WHO protocols
King Promise mentions that although his London and Amsterdam concerts pulled massive crowds, he had to call off the rest of the concerts due to the coronavirus outbreak.
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