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Hip Hop Artists who battle Covid-19

BOHH gives an updated list on all the hip hop artists who battle Covid-19 immense this epidemic. With this in mind, We hope all people dealing with any kind of hardship pulls through.

Sincere Show

Sincere Show A “Love & Hip Hop” Cast Member, Tested Positive for COVID-19. 

“They ran all the necessary tests and everything, and I was diagnosed with COVID-19. Been in the hospital ever since,” he continued. “I know this thing is affecting everybody differently. For me, I have pneumonia in both my lungs, makes it difficult for me to breathe.” “Nobody fully understands what it is yet. It’s just a waiting game. It’s like putting a Band-Aid over a stab wound with some of the treatments,”

He is now fully recovered, also has some words for everyone. Also, we are awaiting a new album soon. Listen to his recent project The Greatest Show On Earth.


Fred The Godson

Fred The Godson has been reportedly fighting for his life after testing positive for Coronavirus on Monday (April 6). He is progressing well in the ICU and that doctors have brought his ventilator support down from 100 percent to 40 percent. His heart condition is well and that his kidneys, which has been infected, will go under dialysis to clean toxins from his blood. The health scare comes months after a slew of music from the Bronx MC. Just weeks ago, Fred released Payback, a collab with Grafh. 


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I’m in here wit this Corvus 19 shit! Please keep me in y’all prayers!!!! 🙏🏿🙏🏿🙏🏿 #godisgreat

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Slim Thug

Slim Thug is one of the first rappers to come forward that he tested positive for coronavirus. The Hip Hop Artists who battle Covid-19 says it’s ironic because he frequently posts on social media about how important it is to take the virus seriously.“I don’t know when I first got symptoms,” he says. “I had a fever and a slight headache last weekend, that’s what made me want to go see my doctor.”Slim expressed concern about the number of uninsured Americans. “I think we need to be like Canada and have free healthcare. Everyone should be able to go to the doctor if they’re sick. However, If we want to count ourselves as the best country, it should be like that. It shouldn’t be about the dollar when your life’s on the line.”


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Hip-hop was rocked to its core when Scarface, veteran rapper and Geto Boys member, announced he had COVID-19. In late March the rapper described being unable to breathe and continuously vomiting. 


Scarface joins Willie D on his live show to share his experience dealing with covid-19

I just Got Some Bad News – Scarface Has Coronavirus

DJ Webster

On March 24 Dj Webstar informed his followers he had coronavirus.

“I started getting a lot of symptoms on about 9-10 days ago, so isolated myself immediately. Fever, headaches, sore throat, shortness of breath, body aches, no appetite. So I thought it was the flu originally. The flu test back came back negative. The COVID test I go back about and hour ago and I tested positive for it.”He also goes on to say that he has asthma so he is monitoring himself a little bit extra. In 2009 Webstar rose to fame thanks to his hit song ‘Chicken Noodle Soup’ featuring Young B.


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Westside Gun

April 12, Westside Gunn used an Instagram post to reveal that he had been hospitalized after testing positive for the coronavirus. The 37-year-old rapper, born Alvin Lamar Worthy, announced he is “a corona survivor,” and that he is now on the other side of a battle that lasted several weeks. Worthy chosen to keep the information private.

“I didn’t get to see my kids I went to the hospital feeling like I was breathing my last breath the fans and the love I was getting kept me strong I knew I had to drop this (upcoming new album) Pray for Paris bc GOD have bigger plans for me.” 


Go DJ Black N Mild, a celebrated, Legdenary bounce DJ and New Orleans radio personality, sadly has died due to COVID-19. Born Oliver Stokes Jr, the Louisiana pioneer helped bring New Orleans bounce music to the radio. For years, he hosted popular shows like “Rhythm And Bounce” on WBOK. Stokes’ wife Cassandra said “he would have crowds jumping within minutes, that he loved to get people on the dance floor”. In a 2012 interview, he remembered his first time DJing. 


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BlaqNMild co-produced Drake – In My Feelings with Murda Beatz in which Drake reached out to add a New Orleans Bounce Music sound to the record. In other words, He talked about his long career in the music industry which started in the early 2000’s, Being a producer at No Limit Records and Partnering with the legend Master P on Producergrind Podcast at the end of 2018.

Bohh will continue to update on Hip Hop Artists who battle Covid-19.


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