JoJo Gives Her Hit Song 'Leave (Get Out)' a Coronavirus Twist

Having reworked the lyrics to her 2004 tune, the 'Too Little Too Late' singer shares a video of her singing about staying in, avoiding bars and practising good hygiene amid the pandemic.

AceShowbiz - JoJo thrilled fans on video sharing platform TikTok with a topical reworking of the lyrics to her 2004 hit "Leave (Get Out)".

The singer was just 13 when she released the track and, 16 years on, the star shared a clever remix of the tune online with new lyrics relating to the current global coronavirus pandemic.

In the song, JoJo sings about staying in, avoiding bars, and practising good hygiene - and fans are calling for the singer to get a Grammy for her savvy lyrics.

"I never thought that corona/ could be such a nasty b***h/ but now she's here boy all I want/ is you to use common sense," she sings. "Stay in/ right now/ do it for humanity/ I'm deada** about that/ but we will survive/ so you gon'/ learn how/ to cook now/ and practice good hygiene/ I know you're bored and want to f**k around but not on me (sic)."

Other lyrics include, "Tell me why you're acting so confused/ when the CDC laid it out for you/ come on I know you're not dumb/ to go behind my back and hit the bar/ shows how immature you really are/ keep exposure to a minimum."

Several stars have taken to social media to update fans on life in self-isolation. Arnold Schwarzenegger shared a clip Sunday, March 15 which went viral, featuring him feeding his pet miniature pony, called Whiskey, and donkey Lulu, carrots from his kitchen table.

Musical stars including Coldplay's Chris Martin, singer John Legend and pop star Charli XCX have also pledged to stream concerts from their homes as the World Health Organization (WHO) urges people to stay home and practice social distancing to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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