Kate Henshaw Reacts To Follower Who Insinuated She Was Paid To Make People Believe COVID-19 Is Real In Nigeria

Kate Henshaw Paid COVID-19 Real In Nigeria - Amebo Book

Kate Henshaw has reacted after a follower appeared to insinuate that she and some other celebrities have been paid to make people believe COVID-19 is real in Nigeria.

The movie star revealed on social media that she was already in tears while taking the “uncomfortable” COVID test as her colleague, Nse Ikpe-Etim, had already told her it was “painful”. She wrote:

“Just took my Covid test. Mehn its uncomfortable make I no lie. I was already in tears cos this @NseIkpeEtim  told me it was painful. The lady was nice & gentle sha. Told me 2 take a deep breath while she stuck the swab stick deep inside my nose and take a deep breath.”

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However, a follower reacted to her tweet, claiming that Henshaw was paid to spread COVID-19 fear.

The angry actress unimpressed by the follower’s contribution, blocked the person.

It was then she addressed it. She wrote, “Some1 now commented on my IG saying” all these celebrities that have been paid to say there is Covid, God will judge you ” If I land am better curse now shay they will say Kate has started again inside blogs. I just blocked the person and moved on. COVID IS REAL!!”.

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Chike Ezegbu9083 Posts

Chike Ezegbu is a blogger with an Information Technology background. He is a prolific writer and is fearless in his approach to dishing out information while maintaining high professionalism. He is regarded as both a lover and a fighter.

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