Somizi reiterates his advice to Mzansi on staying home: "I'm scared"

Somizi reiterates his advice to Mzansi on staying home: "I'm scared"

- Somizi isn't taking any risks and is self-isolating with his husband, Mohale

- The entertainer called on South Africans to take the coronavirus situation seriously and stay at home

- He admitted that he is scared about what is going on

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Somizi is worried about the coronavirus and how things are going down in South Africa right now.

With the president announcing a 21-day lockdown, people are finally seeing that this isn't just a passing matter.

The entertainer called on Mzansi to stay at home and take care of themselves and their loved ones.

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"Yoh guys, I don't know if I'm the only one but I'm really scared, I'm terrified, I'm sad. I can feel it in the air and I'm sure I'm not the only one. I just want to urge you guys, the joke is over, let us do whatever we can to help combat or conquer or win this war. Coronavirus is real. If you have no reason whatsoever to leave home, please don't.
"This thing is real, this thing is real. We're staying home and we're not going anywhere, we don't have to go anywhere, I just quickly went to the supermarket to buy something to cook and that was it."

Somizi ended the video by telling his fans that he loves them. Check it out:

Earlier, reported on how Somizi is known for being a goofy and funny entertainer and it comes as no surprise that he sang about the coronavirus.

Although he was lighthearted about the situation, he knows the importance of taking the dreaded virus seriously. He belted out a song and followed it up with a message to his fans, calling on them to spread accurate news about the fast-spreading virus.

Somizi is particularly worried about the people who do not have access to social media and televisions for information. He asked his fans to go to everyone they know who might be misinformed.

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