Singer Holly Rey is scared to get Covid-19, reveals she's diabetic

Singer Holly Rey is scared to get Covid-19, reveals she's diabetic

- Holy Rey is scared of catching the coronavirus

- The award-winning singer has revealed that she is at high risk of contracting the disease because she is diabetic

- She has released a new track titled Wanna Be

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Award-winning singer Holly Rey has revealed that she is at high risk of contracting the coronavirus.

The Deeper hitmaker said she is diabetic therefore is at high risk of catching Covid-19.

She is currently in self-isolation with her family at her home to avoid contracting the virus that has affected not only Mzansi but the whole world, according to Isolezwe.

"I try to stay indoors and not to gallivant around as I am at a high risk of contracting the virus because I have diabetes. To make sure that I and my family are safe, I am choosing to remain indoors."

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Holly who has released a new song titled Wanna Be said she can't wait for the country's lockdown to be lifted so she can start performing in front of her fans again.

"I do miss performing on stage but the current situation prohibits that. We should unite in prayer as a nation, follow instructions carefully and have hope that things return back to normal soon."

The singer said she recorded Wanna Be before the lockdown began in Mzansi. She wanted to release the song in March but because of the current situation, she ended up dropping it on 1 May.

She said the lockdown somehow worked in her favour as she was able to get some time off her busy schedule to record new songs.

Briefly.co.za reported when Holly made history when she became the first white female to bag the Best Record of the Year award at the South African Music Awards. Her fans who were super-proud of her took to her social media accounts to flood her with messages of congratulations.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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