During a frantic time of panic amidst the coronavirus pandemic, it’s easy to get lost on social media. Detroit rapper Tee Grizzley thinks the social-distancing downtime should be used a little differently, though.
“So everybody about to be in the house. Everybody about to be spending a lot more time on social media. One thing I done seen social media do to people is double back on their life and question theyself based off what they see other people doing. You feel me? So I got the best plan for y’all. I got the best strategy for y’all. So while everybody’s quarantining, I want you to focus on everything that you’ve been doing, all the mistakes you’ve been making and come up with a plan on how you can switch up on how you’re moving around so you can have a head start on this sh*t so when the world back up and running, you already know what the f*ck to do to better your life. You can put yourself in a better position. You feel me? Don’t be on social media all day. This sh*t ain’t going to do nothing but bring jealousy – so when sh*t back up, you know what you’re doing and you have a head start. You feel me? I’m about to get me some water and tissues because everybody’s doing that. I don’t know what the f*ck we’re getting water and tissues for but everybody’s getting it.”
This week, rap crooner Swae Lee hit up his Twitter page to promise followers his focus is currently on wrapping up a new studio effort. He said he would use his isolation to fine-tune his upcoming solo album.
“I’ll be self quarantining finishing up my album.”
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Hip-hop power couple Cardi B and Offset having been passing the time by together. This week, Card shared a hilarious clip of Off using the time to roll up a few blunts.
Before You Go
Rap veteran Meek Mill seems to be alright, though. He’s passing the time riding jet skis in paradise and hanging out with his friends.