- Mzansi rapper AKA has become one of the many South African celebrities who has tested positive for Covid-19
- The rapper wanted to go public with his test results so that he could raise awareness about the reality of the pandemic
- He is currently in self-isolation and will be sharing his journey to recovery with the world
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AKA has tested positive for the novel coronavirus. The South African rapper has used the positive diagnosis to spread a message of caution to the Mzansi community. He urged citizens to be more careful and to adhere to the regulations that have been set to attempt to flatten the curve.
He has chosen to make his results public in an attempt to raise awareness about the reality of the situation South Africa, and the world is currently dealing with.
The rapper encourages Mzansi to continue wearing masks in public and to hold stringent hygiene measures by frequently sanitising and washing hands.
AKA has taken precautions that were stipulated by the government and the World Health Organization. He believes in transparency during this time and will be sharing his journey with the nation while he remains in self-isolation. Social media users have had mixed reactions to this news. Facebook user Daniel Graham said:
"They do anything to stay relevant."
Fazy Nokotha said:
"Don't even trust that with this one."
Ntsie Neo said:
"TT Mbha recovered, you also going to recover. Well-known people recover."
Bozemabozeni Beezory said:
"No worry, ANC has dug multi-million places already."
We wish you a speedy recovery, Supa Mega.
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Somizi's bosom buddy TT Mbha has taken to social media to celebrate surviving the coronavirus. The excited businessman announced his recovery on Instagram on Thursday.
TT, who also stars on Somizi's reality TV show Living the Dream with Somizi, had tested positive on 24 June. The star excitedly revealed that he tested negative on Thursday, 9 July.
Following his recovery, TT encouraged all those who are ill to remain hopeful as healing was possible and would come soon.
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