While testing negative for coronavirus, Madonna claims she wants to breathe in “Covid-19 air”
Madonna, 61, has said that she is looking forward to breathe COVID-19 air because in a strange video she has “coronavirus antibodies”
The singer, dating 27-year-old hunk Ahlamalik Williams, rendered the shocking comments in last night’s “Quarantine Diary # 14” clip on Instagram.
The “Holiday” singer claims she’s got the right antibodies to guard her from the disease.
“The other day I’ve took a test,” said the 61-year-old on a video shared on her Instagram. “And I found because I have the antibodies so I will just go for a long drive in a car in the morning, roll down the windows and breathe in the Covid-19 air.”
She went on to say: “I hope the sun is shining. Lately I didn’t want to write, but that doesn’t mean I don’t think about what I want to do or say.”
Madonna kept mumbling about the process of writing down her feelings, saying: “People don’t understand the influence of words; these words are acts and we can’t really take them back.”
The CDC says whether antibodies will make you immune to the virus or protect you from being infected again is still uncertain.
The singer spoke up in a previous Instagram post about how she lost two friends and her cousin during the epidemic.
Madonna, who did not say if they expired of Covid-19, just posted Instagram’s sad news with a video captioned “Quarantine Day 9,” where she was seated at a desk working on a typewriter.
Madonna isolating with her boyfriend marked his birthday last week with a series of great social media messages.
In celebrating his birthday, the singer’s twin daughters, Stella and Estere, and her mother also accompanied them.
The singer contributed $1 m (£800 m) last month to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, to help develop a coronavirus vaccine.
However, In March, in a somber nude video captured in the tub, Madonna called coronavirus “the great equaliser.”