5 Celebrities That Didn’t Believe In The Coronavirus Pandemic

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The pandemic has affected us all in many ways. Many have lost their livelihood, their loved ones, and so much more. But there are people out there who still say that the pandemic is not real and it is just something the government is doing to control us all. So here are 5 celebrities from all around the world who didn’t believe in the pandemic:

Elon Musk: The Tesla founder was deeply criticised for a tweet he posted last March.

Wiz Khalifa: He also talked about the 5G theory. The 5G basically talks about the mobile companies fooling all the people to stay inside so that they can install a new kind of network which is said to be extremely dangerous for people.

Madonna: She posted a video last March, which is now deleted, it said: ‘It’s the great equalizer and what’s terrible about it is what’s great about it. What’s terrible about it is that it’s made us all equal in many ways, and what’s wonderful about is, is that it’s made us all equal in many ways.’ In this video, she sat in a bathtub full of petals, she was heavily criticised for romanticising a tragedy, she deleted the video soon after.

John Cusack: He is an actor (who is known for his film, ‘High Fidelity’) and he talked about people who don’t believe in the 5G theory. He said that people who don’t believe in the 5G theory are ‘dumb sheep’.

Anmol Ambani: The son of one of India’s richest people called the whole thing ‘Scamdemic’.