- AKA cannot believe that his 107-year-old great-granny has managed to beat the coronavirus
- AKA too had Covid-19 and managed to recover, proving that the Forbes family have super genes or something
- Taking to social media to report on another infected case, his great-granny, AKA shared that at the incredible age of 107 she managed to beat the dreaded virus
AKA cannot believe how lucky he and his family have been during this pandemic. His 107-year-old great-granny contracted the virus, and like a boss, beat it. Blessings on blessings for the Forbes fam.
The coronavirus has taken many lives and disrupted all in more ways than one. Seeing people’s recovery stories really does make this pandemic a little more manageable and hopeful.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Supa Mega’s 107-year-old great-granny managed to beat the coronavirus. With the elderly being labelled high-risk, AKA feels extremely blessed to that his great-granny managed to beat it at her impressive age.
AKA let Mzansi know a couple of weeks back that the rona had gotten him. He chose to make his results public in an attempt to raise awareness about the reality of the situation that South Africa, and the world, is currently dealing with. The rapper encouraged Mzansi to continue wearing masks in public and to hold stringent hygiene measures by frequently sanitising and washing hands.
After a couple of days of rest and medicating, AKA managed to come out on top. It looks like the Forbes family has genes stronger than the coronavirus.
"My Great Grandmother Meta Reed beat Covid-19 at the age of 107. @CNN @CNNAfrica. LIVING LEGEND."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Enhle Mbali has revealed that she tested positive for the dreaded coronavirus.
The actress took to social media to detail how she's been experiencing a tough time lately. Her much-publicised divorce from DJ Black Coffee has left the media personality open to scrutiny and criticism.
Enhle took to Instagram to open up about her current hardships. She shared that her health was failing due to testing positive for Covid-19. She said that she had been very careful but the virus got to her anyway.
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