Earlier this week, a representative of Jeremih’s family told CNN that the virus “maliciously attacked his body” and that they wanted to remind others that “COVID-19 is real and should not be taken lightly. This is important for people who “quarantined and let their families and friends know ASAP. There is no shame in entering into COVID-19, and people who have it need to be accountable and considerate of others.”
“If you can take a moment to pray for my friend Jeremih, he’s like a brother to me and he’s sick right now,” Chance Rapper wrote on Twitter last Saturday afternoon (November 14) when the news of Jeremih̵
“pray for my boy Jeremiah that he does not do well, this covid shit is real,” 50 cents said the same day.