Rakhi Sawant is very active on social media and never leaves a chance to entertain her fans. Deemed as comedy by some, weird by many, her content on Instagram page never fails to grab attention. She is often sharing many TikTok videos and clips of herself addressing several issues and giving solutions for it. So with Coronavirus spreading all over the world, how could Rakhi NOT step in and provide a solution? Just a few days ago, Rakhi Sawant shared that she had a solution to Coronavirus. It was is that we should all ask for forgiveness from God and that he will save us from the deadly virus.
Now, looks like there’s more. Rakhi Sawant has decided to take matters in her own hands and she is headed to China to kill coronavirus and has a special medicine from NASA and she claims she is going to get rid of Coronavirus with its help. In the video, we can see her aboard a flight. She lets her fans know that she is in the flight and is going to China to kill the Coronavirus. She said that she has company too, and points the camera next to the man sitting to her. She can be seen saying in the video, "Main china jaa rahi hu, saare virus ko khatam karke aaungi. Ab koi beemaar nahi hoga, no more virus." ALSO READ: Post CAA, Rakhi Sawant Comes Up With A Solution To Coronavirus - Watch Before You Die
Rakhi Sawant tells that she is coming to China to kill Coronavirus and asks her fans to pray for her. She also mentions she has a special medicine from NASA and she claims she is going to get rid of Coronavirus with its help. She says, “Doston, maine NASA se dawaiyan mangayi hai, NASA se special.” After that, she is interrupted by the flight crew and she says that she has to end the video. Rakhi also films herself after she reaches China and flaunts her Chinese cap. Well, we can’t wait to find out if she really does put an end to Coronavirus.
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