Rihanna Pokes Fun Of Kevin Durant For Having Coronavirus “Should I Wear A Mask?”, Drake Interjects [VIDEO]
During DJ Spade’s Instagram Live session recently, several notable celebs were logged in attendance including Rihanna, Kevin Durant, and Drake who took to the DJ’s comments to have their own entertaining conversation.
As the ‘Anti,’ artist joined the live session, the beauty mogul inquired about KD’s health after he tested positive for coronavirus earlier this month. She jokingly began,
“Is KD allowed in here?”
She then adds,
“Should I wear a mask to live? But foreal get well soon KD.”
Later, Rhianna continues to tease the Brooklyn Nets sidelined superstar writing,
“Back with my mask! @easymoneysniper wya?”
KD finally responded by asking Rihanna,
“Yo Robyn didn’t u just come from Europe?”
As the two continues to jokingly shade one another, Drake decided to join in on the conversation. He wrote in response to Rihanna and KD,
“We have to dead the treyfive corona jokes.”
The Fenty mogul also writes:
“Watch who you FT with through these hard times.”
As previously reported, KD along with three additional Brooklyn Nets were recently added to the list of NBA talented confirmed to have contracted the pandemic virus over the last few weeks.
Following his confirmed results, KD released a statement on his condition after testing positive in mid-March, asking fans to stay safe,
“Everyone be careful, take care of yourself and quarantine. We’re going to get through this.”
The two-time NBA Finals MVP says he did not feel any symptoms prior to being tested. Days before the announcement, Drake was spotted in public with KD and has reportedly tested negative for the virus.
Aa result, Drake made the decision to self-quarantine himself. He took the test and it was negative.
— theJasmineBRAND.com (@thejasminebrand) March 21, 2020
Meanwhile, Rihanna is using her celebrity to give back to those affected by the pandemic. According to reports, her foundation donated $5 Million for relief. Her organization also donated protective gear for NYC health professionals.
We continue to send our thoughts and prayers to everyone affected by this pandemic.