According to Hot New Hip Hop, TI recently made a comment on the coronavirus pandemic, including how it has taken precautions to keep himself and others around him safe. As most know, around 230,000 Americans have died from the virus to date.
As for what TI has been up to lately, the rapper just unveiled his newest project, The LIBRA, and he was recently spotted out at a nightclub. Many of his fans and followers wondered if he was taking the coronavirus pandemic seriously, and he claimed he didn’t panic.
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During a conversation with Speedy Norman, TI stated that he had taken 13 COVID tests and each one had been negative. In fact, he only took one the other day and got the results back in two hours.
The rapper went on to say that it wasn’t like he wasn’t worried about the virus, he was just choosing not to live his life in fear because what kind of life would that be? TI says he’s in the school of thought where he’d rather care about boosting his immune system than hide from the virus.
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His wife Tiny Harris made the headlines when it was revealed that she had the antibodies to the virus, which means she had them once before. The rapper went on to say that given the fact that he was with his wife the whole time, he has to do something right so as not to catch it.
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TI says it usually starts in an infected person’s throat, including a “sore throat” or a “sore throat.” According to The LIBRA artist, washing out your mouth with warm liquids and drinking other warm beverages where the stomach acid has a chance to kill it can flush the virus into your stomach.
Since the interview with TI, the rapper has come under fire from fans and supporters who say he is spreading disinformation about the virus. Most social media platforms have strict guidelines against unapproved information about COVID-19.