Friday, 05 June, 2020

Idris Elba Responds to Cardi B’s Coronavirus Conspiracy Theory

Idris Elba’s wife Sabrina tells Oprah Winfrey she has coronavirus Idris Elba slams theory celebs are cashing in on coronavirus
Adrian Cunningham | 26 March, 2020, 10:13

Mrs. Elba said she defied medical experts' admonishments that she practice social distancing from the No Good Deed and "The Wire" star after he tested positive. It's like, I got a test but I also got COVID. "Secondly, I'm in higher altitude at the moment, which makes breathing even more hard".

I'm glad you brought that up because I think that's a key component here. That's stupid. It's the quickest way to get people sick.

Addressing the weird accusations levelled at him, the British screen hunk continued: "And the idea that someone like myself is going to be paid to say I have coronavirus".

"Such stupidness. People wanna spread that as if it's news".

The actor recently revealed that he and his wife Sabrina Dhowre tested positive for COVID-19.

"I'm just a human being and I just happen to be in the public eye", Elba said.

Sabrina, who also feels healthy, said: "I don't feel anything that would come to what people would now expect to be a symptom of coronavirus, which is really odd".

"I'm starting to feel like ya'll n****s is paying n****s to say that they got it, and if you are paying n****s to say that they got it, PAY ME, TOO!"

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It is not clear why celebrities would be paid to say they had coronavirus, but the theory has been advanced by the likes of rapper Cardi B.

Someone said: 'He's being paid to say that celebrities aren't being paid to say they have corona, ' and another follower posted this: 'People not taking this seriously until it's them or their family smh'.

Elba said: "One of the upsides of this whole drama is that we are forced to think together as a race".

Elba wrote on Twitter, "This morning I tested positive for Covid 19".

"So essentially, I could have been positive from March 4, but it's hard to say when I contracted someone with corona, you can contract it at anytime but my known exposure was March 4". A clip from a video where she says "coronavirus" has even been made into a viral song that has topped the iTunes Charts.

"Tell me what it is and what it ain't".

The Grammy victor added, "That's my problem right there, 'cause y'all not really saying what it is". According to experts, people over 60 and those who are immunocompromised continue to be the most at risk.