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American Singer, Keri Hilson Reveals Why COVID-19 Is Less Prevalent In Africa by Ehiscotch(m): 10:35am On Mar 17, 2020
American singer Keri Hilson has gone on Twitter to
state why the deadly coronavirus pandemic also known
as COVID-19 is spreading less across the continent of
Africa.

The singer while sharing a theory about the spread of
the virus across the globe said that the reason
COVID-19 is not prevalent in Africa is because the
continent is “not a 5G region” like other Western
countries.

She claimed Americans were warned of the “effects”
of 5G networks and its radiation increasing the virus
rate in affected counties.

“People have been trying to warn us about 5G for
years; petitions, organisations, studies. What we’re
going through is the effects of radiation. 5G launched
in China November 1 last year. People dropped dead.
See attached and go to my IG Stories for more. Turn
off 5G by disabling LTE.”


Keri Hilson also shared an alleged case study on 5G
networks, and said the more powerful software
radiation of 5G will bring about more potent health
issues.

In one of the posts she screenshotted and shared, the
singer explained the alleged dangers of 5G wireless.
“Some 5G pundits contend that the new network
generates radiofrequency radiation that can damage
DNA and lead to cancer; cause oxidative damage that
can cause premature aging; disrupt cell metabolism;
and potentially lead to other diseases through the
generation of stress proteins,” it read.

She added that she’s been watching YouTube videos
about the effects of 4G and 5G for the past year, and
finds the connections to COVID-19 to be “peculiar”
and “believable” after what she’s seen.

https://www.ripplesnigeria.com/american-singer-keri-hilson-reveals-why-covid-19-is-less-prevalent-in-africa/

Re: American Singer, Keri Hilson Reveals Why COVID-19 Is Less Prevalent In Africa by Ehiscotch(m): 10:40am On Mar 17, 2020
She has also been dragged on social media.
Laslasticlala, she is a snake fan too. grin .
The singer seems to agree with Health Minister Zweli Mkhize’s statement that who the virus affects has nothing to do with melanin.

American singer Keri Hilson has been dragged on social media after sharing her theory on why she thinks the coronavirus is not as prevalent as it is in western countries. The singer has been sharing tips on how people can take care of themselves in these difficult times, but on Monday morning, the singer seemed to have thought she finally found the cause of this virus that has shaken the world – 5G.
She said: “People have been trying to warn us about 5G for years. Petitions, organisations, studies… what we’re going through is the effects of radiation. 5G launched in China. Nov 1, 2019. People dropped dead. See attached and go to my IG stories for more. TURN OFF 5G by disabling LTE!!!” People have been trying to warn us about 5G for YEARS. Petitions, organizations, studies…what we’re going thru is the affects of radiation.
5G launched in CHINA. Nov 1, 2019. People dropped dead. See attached & go to my IG stories for more. TURN OFF 5G by disabling LTE!!! pic.twitter.com/ wzLH8cXStZ — Keri Hilson (@KeriHilson) March 16, 2020

“And to be clear, I’m saying there have been lots of studies and experiments that point to the possibility that the dangerous levels of electromagnetic radiation (5G) could be causing the contagious virus. 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),” she added.
Re: American Singer, Keri Hilson Reveals Why COVID-19 Is Less Prevalent In Africa by temptnow: 11:38am On Mar 17, 2020
How keril Hilson go make this kind stupidd comment.

Re: American Singer, Keri Hilson Reveals Why COVID-19 Is Less Prevalent In Africa by Ehiscotch(m): 4:36pm On Mar 17, 2020
temptnow:
How keril Hilson go make this kind stupidd comment.

If there is one conspiracy theory I would believe it's Hilson's. A few decades ago, people wouldn't have believed that environmental pollution has increased the risk of cancer and many other diseases as radiation has made humans more susceptible to even malaria.

Her reasons are not farfetched if you really understand electromagnetism. Which is why testing is usually carried out severally before certain innovations are approved because they might pose as health hazards to the public.

Bottom line is, something triggered it —I don't think it was engineered in a lab. I have a bad feeling this won't be the last pandemic in the nearest future.
It might not have caused covid-19 but man is naturally becoming more vulnerable to diseases.
Re: American Singer, Keri Hilson Reveals Why COVID-19 Is Less Prevalent In Africa by Ehiscotch(m): 11:22pm On Apr 04, 2020
Seun, Lalasticlala. It's not too late to move this to FP. Even if my stance on the matter has somewhat changed.
Re: American Singer, Keri Hilson Reveals Why COVID-19 Is Less Prevalent In Africa by StagethemTVee: 9:40am On Apr 05, 2020
wow

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