AceShowbiz - Meek Mill wanted to know what kind of disease he suffered back in December. The "Believe It" rapper said on Twitter that he had severe flu-like symptoms around Christmas time and his doctor never found out what it was, prompting people to believe that he had Coronavirus last year.
Describing his disease on the micro-blogging site, Meek said, "I was extremely sick in December around christmas time with flu like symptoms. everyday I said to myself a older person cannot survive this!" The hip-hop star went on saying that he lost 15 pounds and could barely move!," before adding, "I never been that sick.. a doctor never told me what it was."
People in the reply section were quick to come to the conclusion that Meek was suffering from Coronavirus last year. "That's cause they 'didn't know' what it was. You had Rona & didn't even know it, I'm glad you’re better tho," one said. "Meek realizing he had coronavirus," one other simply commented.
Meanwhile, someone seemed to be freaking out, "The significance?!? Was it that CORONA?!!" There was also an individual who wrote, "Facts this virus has been around longer then they say an some has already had it." Not a few said that they experienced the same thing around December and January.
Many stars have been tested positive for Coronavirus, including Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson and Idris Elba. The latest one to be diagnosed with the virus is rapper Slim Thug, who urged his followers to take this matter "seriously."
"As careful as I've been self-quarantining, staying home, I might have went and got something to eat or something, simple stuff like that, nothing crazy," he said. "Stayed in my truck, had masks, gloves, everything on and my test came back positive. Y'all gotta take this stuff serious. Sit home, self-quarantine, do not come outside for however long they're saying. If you have symptoms, you need to go get checked out or whatever."
"I don't have a fever or nothing like that, so I feel like I’m good, but y'all better take this serious," he added. "It's real out here."