Fans say Disney's 'Tangled' movie predicted coronavirus pandemic

Fans say Disney's 'Tangled' movie predicted coronavirus pandemic

- Many Disney channel fans claimed they had spotted a few similarities between the movie and the world's current situation

- According to them, Rapunzel was a depiction of citizens who have been forced to stay at home to curb the spread of COVID-19

- According to a lot of conspiracy theorists, the movie foresaw the confusion in the world and predicted the outbreak of the virus

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Ever since the COVID-19 virus broke out in many countries, people have been trying to come up with alternative explanations regarding its source and whether it was predicted.

Some believers are convinced it is a fulfillment of the scripture while the likes of Keri Hilson maintained it came to life thanks to 5G internet.

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Disney fans are now the latest conspiracy theorists who believe the pandemic was forecasted by popular movie Tangled.

According to them, there is a clear comparison between Rapunzel, a character in the movie, and people who have been forced to stay in their homes either as a mode of quarantine or isolation.

According to netizens, Rapunzel was confined in a high tower where she lived alone and always hoped she would leave one day and enjoy the beauty of life.

Most social media users assume the current reality is a clear replica of Rapunzel’s lonely life in the tower.

Another funny coincidence according to many guys was the kingdom where the character lived in. Drum rolls, its name was Corona.

Rapunzel who was known for her long locks always lived in the tower with minimum interaction and to many guys, this was a prediction of the current lockdown.

The outbreak of the virus began in Wuhan, China before it was declared to be a pandemic.

In the first stages, the virus was traced in seafood and the Chinese government confirmed multiple infections in December 2019.

It was followed by the first reported death in January 2020 before spreading to other countries.

In just a few months, the disease spread to England, US, Africa among other regions.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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