- Theo Kgosinkwe and his fiancé Vourné Williams have managed to beat the dreaded coronavirus
- The Mafikizolo member and his beautiful fiancé caught the coronavirus and have fortunately managed to make a full recovery by the grace of God
- Taking to social media, Theo told their story, explaining how their positive test came as a major shock as they both had been taking the virus extremely seriously
Musician Theo Kgosinkwe and his fiancé Vourné Williams have managed to beat the dreaded coronavirus. The battle was not easy but they are grateful to be free of it.
So many celebrities from all corners of the globe are reporting that they have become victims of the coronavirus. Hearing their stories is definitely creating much-needed awareness.
Briefly.co.za learnt that the Mafikizolo member and his beautiful fiancé caught the coronavirus and have fortunately managed to make a full recovery.
Theo and Vourné tested positive just two weeks back and were relieved when their most recent test came back negative. They couldn’t be more grateful that by the grace of God they beat the virus.
Taking to social media, Theo told their story, explaining how their positive test came as a major shock as they both had been taking the virus extremely seriously. Where they contracted it, they still do not know.
On the third of July, my fiancé and I tested positive for Covid-19. It was very sad because the following day on the 4th of July, it was my fiancé's birthday.”
Theo and Vourné self-isolated for 14 days. In this time, they prayed, took the necessary medication and got as much rest as possible, and by the grace of God were able to beat it.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that AKA has taken to social media to share some good news - he is coronavirus-free.
The rapper posted a video online along with a timeline of his recovery journey. He also finally acknowledged his bae and thanked her for helping him recover.
AKA took to Instagram to post a video of himself dancing and looking full of life. He captioned the footage:
"I just beat coronavirus like it owed me money. Wait... It does owe me money!!! Praise God, and thank you @nelli_tembe for all the hard work. Here’s the timeline of COVID-19 destruction: Thursday 02 July - 1st symptoms. (Sore throat & headache, and fever) Tuesday 07 July (Tested for COVID-19) Friday 10th July (Test Results Positive) 16th of July (last day of two week isolation and recovery)."
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