Lasizwe gets tested for Covid, reveals negative test results

Lasizwe gets tested for Covid, reveals negative test results

- Lasizwe Dambuza recently revealed to his online followers that he was getting tested for Covid-19

- The YouTube star shared that he was nervous and asked his followers to send prayers while he waited

- Lasizwe then revealed that he had, thankfully, tested negative for the virus that is causing devastation around the country

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With the Covid-19 pandemic tightening its grip on 2021, more tests are becoming available and people are electing to take them in an attempt to be able to make informed decisions and keep others safe.

Lasizwe Dambuza is one of the Mzansi celebrities who got tested for Covid-19 and he asked his online followers to pray for him while he waited for his results.

The YouTube star had his fans in suspense while waiting for the news but he did reveal that he had, thankfully, tested negative.

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Lasizwe reveals Covid19 test results

Lasizwe got tested for Covid-19 and then revealed that his test results were negative. Images: @lasizwe
Source: Instagram

The star wrote a series of tweets as he took his online followers through his testing. Beginning with:

"Going for a Covid-19 Test... Please pray for me"

Lasizwe then increased the tension a little for his Twitter followers as he cryptically wrote in his second tweet:

"I got my Covid Results..."

But the creative revealed that he had tested negative for the virus and that he was thankful for it:

"They are negative! Hallelujah"

Most of the comments on Lasizwe's testing saga were discussing how quickly the star had received his results since his tweets were only hours apart. The discussion then centred around the development of the rapid test that is now available which takes much less time to confirm a person's Covid-19 status.

In previous Lasizwe-related news, Briefly.co.za reported on the star elatedly announcing that YouTube had invested in his channel as part of their #YouTubeBlackVoices initiative.

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Lasizwe Dambuza announced that he had been selected to be part of a group of 112 creators that have been dubbed #YouTubeBlackVoices Class of 2021. The star shared that the initiative aimed to amplify the voices of black creators on the platform and that YouTube had invested in his channel. Lasizwe expressed excitement at the promotion and betterment of his content that the investment would allow.

Lasizwe's lengthy caption described how honoured he felt to be recognised by YouTube and thanked the people who had continually supported him:

"I would like to take this moment and appreciate every who supports my channel and constantly shows me love unconditionally! The love I receive from my fans is infinite. I love you guys so much! WE DID IT JOE!"

Followers sent congratulations to the celeb and famous friends took to the comments to send their own messages of praise:

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nandi_madida: "Congrats!!"
znombona: "Major. Keep up the good work my love"
mohale_77: "Well done my friend."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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