Astrid Stawiarz/Getty ImagesAtlanta Governor Brian Kemp on Monday confirmed two cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus in Fulton County. It wasn’t long before 2 Chainz reacted to the news in an Instagram post.
“Mannnnn yal done brought that s*** to Wakanda,” he captioned a screenshot of the news.
Fellow ATLien T.I. chimed in with “U B*********n!!!!” message, while Wu-Tang Clan‘s Ghostface Killah blamed it on “THEM D*** DEVILS!!!! SMH.”
Governor Kemp explained that two individuals believed to be infected with the virus reside in the same household and are currently being kept in isolation inside their home with their family. One recently returned from a trip to Italy, where cases are accelerating by 50% and have reached 34 confirmed deaths. However, Kemp assured locals there was no reason to panic.
“Georgians should remain calm. We were ready for today. We have been preparing for weeks now and so far, every development has come forward just as we expected it would,” he said.
In other news, 2 Chainz recently dropped the video his Def Jam release “No TV.” Last month, he released trap banger “Dead Man Walkin” with another fellow ATLien Future. The song is likely the first single from his upcoming and final album with Def Jam.
2 Chaniz’s label T.R.U. (The Real University), a joint partnership with Atlantic Records, also released a complication album titled No Face No Case that showcases four emerging artists from Atlanta, and songs from his #TRUsday singles series that began in January.
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