Omarion Addresses Covid Jokes, Says He Isn’t A Corona Variant But An Artiste: “If You Run Into Me On The Street, You Don’t Have To Isolate”

Omarion: I’m an artist, not a covid version (Photo Credits – Facebook)

R&B singer Omarion has responded to Covid jokes circulating online, with the B2 member reminding his fans that he is “an artist, not a version.”

As reported by aceshowbiz.com, using TikTok, he shared a video wishing his followers a Happy New Year.

“Hello everyone, this is Omarion. I’m an artist, not a version,” he quipped, referring to the new Covid version of Omicron earlier.

“So please be aware that if you run into me on the street, you don’t need to isolate for five days, nor do you need a negative test result to dance to my music. ,” the 37-year-old continued. “So please, stay safe, stay healthy, happy new year.”

Many people have since reacted to the humorous video. “He’s sick and tired and tired of us,” wrote one person with a series of crying laughing emojis.

Another person then suggested: “Let him make better use of this pandemic to his advantage by 2022.” On the other hand, someone else shouted, “Someone said the virus spoke.”

Omarion’s post comes days after LaKeith Stanfield mocked him in an Instagram DM.

“You’re ruining Christmas for everyone,” the ‘Get Out’ actor told the ‘Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood’ alum.

The ‘Harder They Fall’ star then shared a screenshot of the DM on his Instagram feed. Along with the post, he wrote, “I am weak, I wonder if he is giving a gunna answer.”

In addition to LaKeith, Lil Nas X had previously dropped the “Ice Box” hitmaker’s name to lighten the mood as he opened up about his health.

Reassuring fans that he is doing fine, he quipped: “I’m not sure if I have the Omarion or Alicia Keys version of Covid, but it hasn’t been a fun journey.”

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