- Chris Rock has caught the horrible coronavirus and is now certain that the vaccine is a must for everyone
- Taking to social media to let his people know that he’s got it, Chris urged people to get vaccinated as soon as possible
- Chris’ post had many sharing their coronavirus stories, some for the vaccine and others totally against it
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Taking to social media after having felt all the rona feels, Chris made it known that he is coronavirus positive and he does not recommend it. Chris is pro-vaccine as he feels it is better than getting the virus.
“Hey guys I just found out I have Covid, trust me you don’t want this. Get vaccinated.”
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Seeing Chris’ post, many fans and fellow celebs shared their views on getting vaccinated. The whole coronavirus vaccine is a touchy topic that has caused many debates globally.
@TessK explained her post-vax covid situation:
“I was vaccinated and got it from my (too young to be vaxed) son. He was fine, I was coughing so hard my chest hurt. This Delta variant is no joke. I'm positive the vaccine is the only reason I wasn't on a ventilator.”
@joffiecakes is all for the vaccine:
“I’m vaxxed. I got Delta. I’m fine now. The vaccine may have saved my life.”
@susan52132641’s had it twice:
“I had it twice, once before vaccine was available, and once after fully vaxxed. I was really sick both times, but fortunately didn't have to be hospitalised. I am getting booster asap. It's terrible. Hope you get well soon.”
@olakunle1900 is not feeling it:
@RickLeventhal called Chris out:
Chris Rock opens up, reveals he has 7 hours of therapy per week
Deciding to go to therapy is not always an easy decision but American comedian Chris Rock decided to take the plunge. Chris revealed that he sees two therapists so that he can cope with a non-verbal learning disorder, reported YEN.com.gh.
The comedian also shared that he goes to therapy so that he can heal from the trauma that came with being the only black student at an all-white school. He spoke about how beneficial the process has been for him. A non-verbal learning disorder is a condition that makes it difficult for people to pick up non-verbal cues.
Before he was diagnosed, Chris thought that it was his fame that kept him from connecting with others but after some time he started to realise that it was much deeper than that.
"Any time someone would respond to me in a negative way, I’d think, ‘Whatever, they’re responding to something that has to do with who they think I am'," said Chris.