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Keri Hilson Thinks Africa Is Not Badly Affected By The Coronavirus Because Its Not A 5G Region


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The American singer, Keri Hilson, believes that the reason why Africa has not been hit badly by the coronavirus is that, it is not a 5G region.

According to her research that she posted on her Twitter page, the Knock You Down singer said, “Why do you think the virus is not happening in Africa like that? Not a 5G region. There may be a few bases there, but not as prevalent as other countries. It has nothing to do w/melanin (for those theories)…”

Keri also added that according to a lot of studies and experiments that were conducted, it could be that the dangerous levels of electromagnetic radiation (5G) could be causing the contagious virus.



Don’t know about you, but according to doctors, the cause of this virus is still unknown. Not once did scientists and doctors, mention anything about ‘5G electromagnetic radiation’ causing the virus to spread.

 

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Twitter users had a field day with the singer’s theory for the Covid-19 virus.

@_Nadimadisha wrote, ‘No brain cells, just vibes.”

Another fan called @UlrichJvV said, “Dear Keri Hilson, you’re being dangerously irresponsible and embarrassing right now..”

@WinstonNG12 tweeted, “Lol… Have always known being a celebrity has nothing to do with being intellectual. Mutual exclusive concepts.’

@Mefoh_. said, “Viruses and electromagnetic waves? Keri please read a book…today.”

To prove her point she went on posting related articles about her new found theory.

She is just trying to understand what might be the cause of this pandemic guys…

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