Singer Keri Hilson’s Theory about Where Coronavirus Started Has Fans Very Concerned
Keri Hilson has stayed largely out of the limelight for the past few years. You may remember the last time she caused a stir when she started a feud with Beyoncé, which as everyone knows, can never end well. Since then, she has tried to fly under the radar. But with coronavirus (COVID-19) spreading around the world, Hilson took it upon herself to explain where she thinks the virus came from.
Where does Keri Hilson think that coronavirus came from?
Though there has been no scientific evidence to back her claims, Hilson is convinced that the pandemic came from the radiation that emits from 5G wireless cellphones. She took to Twitter to enlighten people about the issue.
“People have been trying to warn us about 5G for YEARS,” she wrote. “Petitions, organizations, studies…what we’re going thru is the effects 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, then, took to IGTV to post a number of videos backing up her claims.
“5G was invented in…you guessed it—CHINA,” she wrote. “It launched Nov 1, 2019 in 50 Chinese cities with btwn 86,000-130,000 5G base stations by the end of 2019. The 3 largest network operators worked together in a race to be FIRST…only 5 months after retrieving 5G licenses. Those vids we saw of people in China literally dropping dead out of nowhere?? Eerily close to the Nov launch.”
“In a 2019 Netflix Documentary, Bill Gates himself warned of a global health pandemic that would originate in China. Researchers & organizations have done studies, made petitions, and issued warnings of the dangers of 5G over the past few years. A quick search will produce them. Residents of Australia have filed assault charges against phone companies—and WON. Lastly, 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)? If some African countries have launched pre-installed 5G network bases as of yet, there are certainly not as many as on other continents, by far.”
She, then, went on to tell people how they could protect themselves from 5G, which included things like turning your phone on airplane mode while you sleep and keeping your phone away from your body. She also suggested turning off your 5G entirely.
“You can protect your home & family by going to ur phone settings to disable LTE under “Cellular Data Options,” which knocks your data speed down to 3 or 4G,” she wrote. “Top right corner will show you which network ur on.”
Since Hilson posted her conspiracy theory, people have been confused as to how or why she came to the conclusion that she did.
“No braincells, just vibes,” one person tweeted in response to Hilson.
“Is Keri Hilson hacked, or is Keri Hilson really on here saying 5G wireless caused the corona pandemic?” another person wrote.
“Keri Hilson actually believes 5G network causes the Coronavirus,” another user said. “This is why we should be worried about the platform fame gives otherwise stupid celebrities who happen to have one or two talents.”