Detroit rapper Kash Doll is looking at the glass as half full. The hip-hop entertainer went online this week to encourage some positivity and togetherness.
Kash Doll lit up her Instagram page Saturday with a positive message. Despite the nation going through a self-isolation stint, Doll reminded followers things will eventually work out.
“It might not be tonight, tomorrow or the next day, but everything is going to be okay. We are in this together.”
Kash recently slammed her hometown over its handling of the coronavirus. Doll shared a headline claiming COVID-19 circulated faster in the D than most other places in the United States.
“So y’all telling me i been siting my ugly a** in the house looking dumb and y’all out having the time of y’all life? I’m mad at y’all Detroit come on y’all let’s get this sh*t over wit! Let’s stay in the house pleassseeee”
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According to reports, Kash’s state has made headlines for coronavirus-related deaths. Detroit is reportedly linked to a majority of the people dying.
Michigan’s surging infection rates are propelled by a startling number of cases in Detroit, which has a per capita infection rate that is among the nation’s highest, exceeded only by New York and its surrounding counties and New Orleans. Detroit’s challenges are particularly acute because 1 in 3 residents are impoverished and have high rates of diabetes and other ailments that increase the severity of the virus. (Bridge Michigan)
Before You Go
On her recent 28th birthday, KD went to her socials to plug her new “Rich Hoochie” record. She followed up the promo with the visual’s full-blown premiere.