Popular singer Chase Rice feeling upset after joking he is Covid-19 symptom
He tweeted Sunday that he had lost his feeling of taste and smell — an indication that numerous COVID-19 patients have encountered — in the very tweet that he prodded the arrival of another melody. After twelve minutes, Rice said that on “a genuine note,” he didn’t have the infection that is seething the nation over and a large part of the world. Yet, he was really dropping another track, a joint effort with Florida Georgia Line, called “Drinkin’ Beer. Talkin’ God. So be it.”
A few people remarked that Rice’s endeavor at a joke wasn’t amusing, particularly when more than 267,000 had passed on from it as of Monday evening. They additionally noticed that one of the individuals from Florida Georgia Line, Tyler Hubbard, tried positive for COVID-19 recently. It’s the reason Hubbard dropped his planned appearance at the 2020 Country Music Association Awards at last. They additionally recommended that Rice give continues from the melody to those experiencing the infection or treating individuals with it.
Rice was reprimanded in June after he shared film of his first in-person show in months, which indicated a stuffed group, apparently without any covers or social separating, in Tennessee. There was sufficient kickback that he tended to it, saying, “You folks are everything to me so your security is a colossal, enormous need.” He at that point made his next show a drive-in occasion.