Ice-T Talks About The Importance Of The Public To Take Coronavirus Seriously

HipHop News Posted on August 1, 2020 at 2:02am

Ice-T Talks About The Importance Of The Public To Take Coronavirus Seriously

After losing several loved ones to COVID-19, Ice-T isn't playing around the precautions for the deadly virus.

The devastating effects of COVID-19 have hit close to home for Ice-T, and he is urging others to be more conscious in their attempts to prevent its spreading.

The legendary rapper appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday (July 29) and the theme of the deadly pandemic occurred. Speaking to Fallon, Ice revealed that he has already lost around eight of their loved ones to the virus..centered-ad {

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"It's easy to say, 'Oh, I can't take it, but once you know the people, I mean...," he said. "Jimmy, I know about eight people who have died. So, I mean, I don't need much more proof than that to know that they don't want to play with him, do you know?"

He explained that people have made fun of him for being scared, but he doesn't care what someone calls you as he protects his family.

"I have gone through a lot in my life," he said. "I don't want to die because of this, and especially with a new daughter. So yes, I am aware and I am interested and I am cautious. If you want to call that fear, call it fear."



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