BEVERLY HILLS, June 06, (THEWILL) – Nigerian singer, Teni Apata, has opened up on her COVID-19 ordeal.
Teni took to her Instagram account to share her ordeal but she did not say where or how she contracted the virus.
The singer, however, disclosed that it was a harrowing experience.
She said, “Having COVID is not good o. I had covid. Wo… my two eye… oju mi ri nkan! My eye saw something. So, you need to take it easy.
“You need to take precautions. You need to make sure that we are working together to make sure that we are safe. Yeah, so let’s fight covid together.
“Because I had covid, and no, it’s not a good thing to have.”
The “Billonaire” singer also posted another video where she tasked her fans to ensure they get vaccinated and observe all COVID-19 protocol.
Teni said: “See you guys, listen! COVID is real o! Wash your hands. Make sure you’re keeping safe o, eh! This thing is real o. Keep safe. Carry your sanitizer everywhere you go. Wash your hands. Make sure you wear your mask. Me I’m going to get my vaccine like this because I cannot even risk my life for anything.
“This life too sweet. I have to enjoy my life. I will not allow COVID to kill me so wash your hands and use your masks. Take care of yourself, practice social distancing. This life is sweet and if you die, you cannot enjoy it. Let’s protect one another, let’s keep safe.”