Riky Rick thinks some good can come of the Covid-19 outbreak

Riky Rick thinks some good can come of the Covid-19 outbreak

- Riky Rick has decided to take a positive approach to the coronavirus that has the world in a panic

- The musician thinks that this gives people a good time to take a better look at their lives

- He admits it will be a difficult year but thinks some good will come from the situation

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Although the coronavirus has some people scared and others panicked, there are people who feel there is some good to come of it.

One of them is SA muso, Ricky Rick, who apparently has decided to see the glass as half full.

He shared his opinion with his fans on social media, saying that he thinks the year will be difficult but good things can still happen.

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"This will most probably be the most difficult year for most of us, but something tells me good things will come if we use these times to organise our lives and re-evaluate our lifestyles."

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that 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.

"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."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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