U.S. rapper tests positive for coronavirus, shares 3-week experience in isolation


U.S. rapper tests positive for coronavirus, shares 3-week experience in isolation

US rapper Scarface has shared his three-week ordeal in isolation after testing positive for coronavirus.

‘This whole three weeks has been an ordeal. It’s the craziest sh*t I’ve ever seen in my life. I’ve been to the point where I felt like I was gonna die.,’ he said in a YouTube interview published by Willie D.

‘I threw up so much until it was like hot sauce, your gases and acids in your stomach is hot, I had no food in my stomach, it was just coming up like bile,’ he recalled. ‘I couldn’t breathe.’

He said he took two tests, after his first test results were lost, and the second came back with a positive diagnosis for Covid-19.

“‘It started off with pneumonia in both of my lungs, three or four days later my kidneys fail, three or four days after they tell me I can’t move, I’m quarantined.

“They tell me I can’t go and see my kids,’ Scarface said.

The 49 year-old rapper, record producer and politician, was born 9 November 1970 as Brad Terrence Jordan.

He was born in Houston Texas. He grew up in Houston and is originally from the city’s South Acres neighbourhood

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