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Keri Hilson Dragged on Twitter After Claiming Coronavirus Was Caused by Radiation From 5G Wireless Towers


Keri Hilson is right here to avoid wasting us from the coronavirus. At least that what she thinks she’s doing; however actually, she’s simply wanting like a conspiracy theorist.

After watching just a few YouTube clips and studying just a few fringe articles, the singer-songwriter believes the worldwide coronavirus pandemic was brought on by the radiation from 5G wi-fi community towers.

She offered “evidence” to assist her idea in a sequence of social media posts on Sunday night time (Mar. 15).

“People have been trying to warn us about 5G for YEARS…what we’re going thru is the affects of radiation,” Hilson proclaimed on Twitter. “5G launched in CHINA. Nov 1, 2019. People dropped dead.”

Hilson then shared a video clip on Instagram linking 5G to COVID-19.

“I saw this vid on my friend @chakabars page this am & researched the entire day. Not sold? It’s a lot. I get it. That’s fine. But Google or Youtube affects of 5G, EMF exposure, electromagnetic frequency, & radio frequency radiation for yourself”

And in her prolonged caption, she discovered it eerie that China launched its first 5G towers across the similar time as the primary COVID-19 case.

She additionally postulated that the rationale Africa hasn’t been largely affected by the pandemic is as a result of the continent has few 5G towers.

“While we were wondering if the virus was resistant to melanin as Africa went untouched for quite a while, could it have been because Africa is not a 5G region (on the whole)?”

Hilson gave her followers some suggestions o how one can defend themselves from 5G radiation and COVID-19 by disabling LTE, setting their telephone to airplane mode, preserving their telephones away from their our bodies, and even turning the telephone off when not in use.

But after sharing all of her theories, Hilson added this caveat:

“I’m not an expert on anything. This is a think piece.”

And with that, she grew to become a trending matter and Twitter clowned the singer for her coronavirus conspiracy theories.




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