Atlanta rapper Waka Flocka Flame is using his free time to interact with fans. The hip-hop star has shared his thoughts about the coronavirus pandemic and compared it to cancer.
This week, Flockaveli went to his Instagram page to share a cringe comparison. Waka asked followers to choose what’s worse between COVID-19 and having cancer.
“What’s worse. Cancer or corona”
On Tuesday, rap star Cardi B gave a huge shout-out to coronavirus savior New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. B shared a pic of Cuomo standing in front of a medical ship aimed to help people battling COVID-19.
“Thank you @nygovcuomo”
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This week, Cuomo welcomed a Navy hospital ship into New York City. It’s expected to relieve New York hospitals dealing with a growing number of patients.
The USNS Comfort will provide roughly 1,000 hospital beds, and 1,200 personnel to New York, Cuomo said on Twitter. It will be used to treat patients who don’t have COVID-19 to free up other hospital rooms for coronavirus patients, the governor has previously said. (CNBC)
Before You Go
Last week, Cardi B unleashed a must-see coronavirus-related rant. She explained why President Donald Trump‘s recent urging for people not to get tested didn’t seem to apply to celebs.
“This is a long a** motherf*cking video, let y’all motherf**kers know. I get on my Live sometimes and be talking on crazy s**t, entertaining my fans, and people might just take what I say and run with it and say what the f**k it is. And I really want to let these celebrities really know that there’s confusion that the general public has and the questions the general public has because as number 45 is getting on a podium and saying ‘Hey listen, if you don’t have symptoms of the coronavirus, which is coughing, fever, whatsoever. Do not get tested because we don’t have enough tests to test everybody.’ But if a celebrity is saying ‘Hey, listen I don’t have no symptoms, I feel good, healthy, I don’t feel like nothing, but I went and got tested and I’m positive for the coronavirus,’ that’s causing some confusion. That’s making people be like ‘Woah, wait a minute now. I don’t have no symptoms but I know I went out’, they should think ‘I might just have it. I’m scared because I’m around my kid, my grandparent. What should I do?’