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Quarantine & Chill: How celebs from Gabby Sidibe to Megan Thee Stallion to Phaedra Parks are avoiding coronavirus


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Celebs like Gabourey SidibeT.I.Megan Thee Stallion and more have taken to social media to share how they are spending their quarantine days with their family, friends and furry animals amid the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.

Gabby Sidibe has been keeping herself entertained for the past three days binge-watching shows with her cat Aaron. She even braved the virus to get him a toy for his good behavior, although he ignored it to play with something else.

T.I. has been spending his quarantine days following behind his three-year-old “stir crazy baby” girl, Heiresssinging, “Yes I love my daddy.” Meanwhile, his son, Major, and friend Chris passed the time playing the Enter the Gungeon video game.  

Megan Thee Stallion is self-quarantining at home with her bestie Kelsey Nicole, while participating in the “Savage” challenge on TikTok. The Suga rapper appeared wearing a onesie twerking to her new song from her recently-released EP. She previously asked fans to tag her in their videos using the hashtag #savagechallenge. 

Ella Mai‘s version of quarantine & chill involves playing Mario Kart on a blue Nintendo Switch. She posted on her Instagram Story stressing that fans had been asking her to play for days. “This is my quarantine & chill! Goodnight & stay safe please everyone,” she wrote. 

These days, R&B singer Justine Skye is and practicing “Big social distancing energy” while playing with makeup and blue eyeliner from her collection with The Lip Bar. “What’s up everybody I’d just like to let you know what I’ve been doing inside all this time. Well I don’t know what the f*** to do so I’m just gonna put on a little eyeliner,” she sings in the video. “My blue eyeliner from the Eyeland girl collection.” 

Yesterday was the first day of homeschooling for former Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member Phaedra Parks. Although she loves her two sons, she says teaching is not her cup of tea. “I #LOVE my sons but teaching children is NOT my ministry. May God grant all the moms, dads and caretakers patience and grace during this quarantine,” she wrote on Instagram. She concluded the post announcing a mid-day prayer support that will be available on Wednesday. 

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