Brian Temba tests positive for Covid-19: "I have to beat this"

Brian Temba tests positive for Covid-19: "I have to beat this"

- Brian Temba is the latest South African celebrity to test positive for Covid-19

- The musician took to social media to let his friends and fans know that he tested positive for the disease this past Sunday

- The actor, who said he never thought he would be affected by the virus, encouraged South Africans to take care of themselves as the coronavirus is "serious"

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Brian Temba has tested positive for Covid-19. The musician shared the bad news with his followers on social media on Tuesday night.

He revealed that he tested positive on Sunday. Brian expressed that he never thought that the coronavirus would affect him.

"Sometime we take things for granted and we think some of the bad things that happen in the world would not affect us until it’s on your door step. A few days ago I tested positive for Covid-19 when I thought it would be something that wouldn’t even get close to me."
Brian Temba Tests Positive for Covid-19: "I Have to Beat This"

Brian Temba has tested positive for Covid-19.
Source: Instagram

The actor said as much as he is scared, he trusts God will help him get through this difficult time in his life.

"You can imagine my fear after that, but I remembered the Word said 'No weapon formed against me shall prosper.' I have a family I love, so I have to beat this. I’m on the mend as we speak and will come out victorious.

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"I'm hoping and praying that I'll get through this. Take care of yourselves, this thing is serious. Be safe."

Briefly.co.za reported that Somizi Mhlongo's bosom friend Thato Mbha, better known as TT, also tested positive for the coronavirus.

TT, who stars in Somizi's reality TV show, also used social media to let his friends and fans know that he has contracted the disease. TT encouraged Mzansi peeps to take the virus seriously and abide by the government lockdown regulations.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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