AKA says he wants proof of Covid 19, gets dragged by online users

AKA says he wants proof of Covid 19, gets dragged by online users

- AKA took to social media to share his doubts about Covid-19 and ask for proof that the virus can be spread by people not showing symptoms

- The rapper's take asked his followers if asymptomatic carriers of the virus sounded logical or like common sense

- Tweeps immediately dragged AKA for being uninformed and said that his misunderstanding of how the virus works had no bearing on its existence

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AKA recently took to Twitter to share his personal feelings and thoughts about the Covid-19 pandemic and the virus itself.

He posted a tweet that asked for proof that the virus can be transmitted by a person who is asymptomatic or does not present the usual signs.The rapper implied that it was not logical to think that it could.

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Tweeps immediately started dragging the uniformed take and responded with a variety of replies, including that a virus did not have to make sense to AKA in order to continue to exist.

AKA says he wants proof of Covid 19, gets dragged by online users

AKA poses uninformed doubts about Covid-19 and gets dragged by tweeps. Images: @akaworldwide
Source: Instagram

AKA's tweet read:

"Where is the PROOF that someone can infect another person with a deadly virus without showing ANY symptoms of the virus that they are carrying? Does that even make sense? How does that even sound logical?"

Twitter users responded by explaining to the rapper that his personal logic has no bearing on a virus and that if he wanted proof so badly, he should read the published scientific studies on the evidence of how Covid-19 acts.

One user added that AKA not having seen the proof did not mean the proof was not there and wrote:

@jasperlionel: "There is lots of scientific literature on this. You need to read it or get someone to explain it to you if you can’t do it yourself."
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Other users said that the rapper was clearly uninformed and had no expertise in the fields of science, medicine, virology or epidemiology, so his tweet doubting the experts meant nothing coming from a musician:

@errolbsk: "Study the right field and these things will make sense. Being a musician doesn't equip you to understand such things."
@ChechengweM: "Can we please talk music and leave Science and Health matters to those who have an understanding"
@nickhedley: "Come on man get your shit together"

Others took the opportunity to get some laughs in and add comedy to the situation.

Check out more responses below:

@Bonisile_RMS: "Let me put it in a way you would understand; Remember that time you were infected with a Reebok deal even though you had no symptoms of getting a payment? Basically the same thing."
@Zwandid:"When reporting a tweet like this, why don’t they have an option for “it’s just so damn stupid”."
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In happier celebrity-related news, Briefly.co.za reported on new life being brought into the world as Manaka Ranaka announced she gave birth to a baby boy.

Manaka Ranaka has given birth to a baby boy. The Generations: The Legacy star recently took to social media to announce that she welcomed her new son on 15 December. In an Instagram post which has amassed almost 40 000 likes, Manaka posted a photo of her new baby's tiny hand with a caption detailing his birth date.

The actress' followers were delighted by the news and immediately took to the comments section to send their congratulations to the proud mama.

Manaka is already a mama to her two daughters, Katlego and Naledi. She wrote the caption of the post as if she were her little prince making his entrance to the world and she penned:

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"Kaaaaaa world. Sooooooooooo good to finally be here.. Now, where should I put my bags #BabyDragon #Seni #BigBoy 15/12/2020"

Fans and famous followers added positive emojis and send good vibes. Read some of their comments below:

thando_thabethe: "Congratulations Manaka"
basetsanakumalo: "Awwwwww Congratulations, may your precious little boy bring you endless days of pure bliss. God’s richest blessings upon his life."
simphiwe_tinny: "Santa gave you the best one this year...a whole Prince, congratulations Manaka"
katlego_mojela: "Tears. Just tears. This is incredibly amazing! Everything you have ever wanted."
shock.star: "A small hand carrying big gifts. Congratulations ngwana Mma."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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