Keri Hilson told to delete coronavirus theory tweets after blaming 5G data network for pandemic

Keri Hilson seemed pretty convinced that 5G is to blame for causing the outbreak of coronavirus, but she’s since deleted her tweets about the theory. The 37-year-old has been vocal on Twitter about the virus over the last few days and tweets she posted yesterday referred to research suggesting 5G had caused coronavirus due to radiation. Keri had said such research had left her intrigued and got her thinking. There is no official link between coronavirus and the cellular data network and Keri has now deleted all tweets and a video she had posted to Instagram suggesting so, following advice from her management.

 

he tweeted: ‘Management has asked me to delete vid/articles. I appreciate good discourse on unconventional thinking.’ Highlighting the importance of staying safe, whatever the cause of coronavirus, Keri added: ‘Let’s all just be safe out there, cuz whatever the cause the virus a real thing. May God be with us…prayers to alllllll.’

 

Keri Hilson tweets about deleting coronavirus theory tweets

 

Keri revealed her management advised her to delete the research-based tweets she had shared (Picture: Twitter) Although it looks like her posts have divided fans, with her followers clashing over whether such claims about 5G are misinformed or really onto something. Keri had originally tweeted: ‘People have been trying to warn us about 5G for YEARS. ‘Petitions, organizations, studies…what we’re going thru is the affects of radiation. 5G launched in CHINA. Nov 1, 2019. People dropped dead. See attached & go to my IG stories for more.

 

TURN OFF 5G by disabling LTE!!!’ She continued: ‘Why do you think the virus is not happening in Africa like that? Not a 5G region. There may be a few bases there, but not as prevalent as other countries. It has nothing to do w/ melanin (for those theories)…’ Keri told fans the research she’d found online had got her thinking and left her intrigued (Picture: WireImage) Keri also posted an eight-minute long research video on the debate to Instagram that she has since deleted. It comes as coronavirus is having a huge impact on the entertainment industry, with movies and TV shows postponed and halting filming and music gigs all over the globe being cancelled. Miley Cyrus, BTS, Louis Tomlinson and My Chemical Romance are among those who have cancelled tour dates, and fans have seen festivals either postponed or cancelled as a precautionary measure.

 

 

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