Nicki Minaj’s Ex Safaree Samuels Says Government’s To Blame For Coronavirus

Safaree Samuels has no filter when it comes to speaking out about the Coronavirus epidemic and he’s pointing the finger directly at the government. Nicki Minaj’s ex-boyfriend took to Twitter following the news that Italy is on a country-wide month-long mandatory lockdown which has caused panic all over the world. But that’s not the only pandemonium the COVID-19 disease has sparked. Sports games and classes have been canceled due to the outbreak. Artists like Madonna and Miley Cyrus have also canceled their performances. Coachella, one of the biggest U.S. music festivals of the year, has rescheduled its two weekend events to October.



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Even talk show host Wendy Williams announced this week that she will be filming without a live audience. Now, Safaree Samuels is speaking out and the rapper has some conspiracy theories. “Stop letting the carona [sic] virus stop y’all from living y’all lives. I don’t trust the government. They got something to do with it,” he posted on Tuesday. “They shoulda stopped certain flights from coming in to America since December. Go chuck up Innah yuh mumma trump Double exclamation mark,” he added, ending his rant. Interestingly enough, several fans are agreeing with him.



Fans Agree With Safaree!



“That’s is so true bro and I like your album too keep doing your thing bro 🇯🇲,” someone said. “THANK YOU THAT’S WHAT I’VE BEEN SAYING …Just stay clean lol,” added another. “This is true I believe the government is doing this,” tweeted a third. Others laughed out loud over his incorrect spelling of Coronavirus, poking fun at the star. “Whats the carona virus? Is this a new one?” joked another. While fans are making light of Safaree Samuels thoughts on the Coronavirus, they weren’t so forgiving with “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Joe Giudice when he shared his point of view.



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Teresa Giudice’s estranged husband has been living in Italy for several months after leaving ICE custody. Amid the outbreak, Joe Giudice addressed his frustrations over the mandatory lockdown while strolling through the empty city streets. Calling the Coronavirus “stupid,” he urged people to “grow a set of cojones.” He also claimed that “more people die from Viagra (heart attacks and drug overdose) everyday than this Coronavirus.” Joe Giudice caught major heat over the comment and responded to the backlash by changing his tune on the outbreak.