Grimes Reveals To Her Fans That She Was Diagnosed With COVID-19
Grimes opened up to her fans on social media this weekend and revealed that she was diagnosed with the coronavirus. Just Jared picked up on a post from the star in which she revealed her diagnosis in front of her millions of fans and followers.
The 32-year-old said to her following via IG Stories this weekend that she was actually enjoying her time in bed. The pop star joked that she finally managed to get COVID-19, but oddly enough, she has been enjoying it. She finished off her post with the comment, "Dayquil fever dream, 2021," insinuating that the cough medicine is making her feel a lot better
Moreover, the pop-star - who recently had a baby with the Tesla CEO, Elon Musk - shared that she was enjoying the song, "Good Days," from SZA. The star wrote in her post that the song was "sooooo" and then added a series of positive-looking emojis.
As it was just noted, Elon and Grimes had their first baby amid the start of the pandemic last year. At the time, they were all over the headlines because it was reported that they had given the baby a very weird name, including letters, symbols, and numbers.
Sources from the California government later revealed that it was actually impossible to name their baby using numbers and symbols because it was against the law to do so. An official insinuated that an overly complicated name was too much of a burden on the system.
Grimes and Elon Musk were in the headlines for other reasons over the last year and a half, especially the latter. Elon was one of the most vocal people amid the quarantine lockdown, arguing against them and saying how they were infringing on the public's freedom.
Moreover, Elon took to his Twitter at one point to say he was going to pack up one of his factories and move to Texas because the California government wasn't allowing him to work.
Musk was in the spotlight once again this year when it was reported that his net worth had actually exceeded the formerly richest man in the world, Jeff Bezos, the CEO of Amazon.