This… is a really odd thing to say during the scary Ebola virus outbreak– definitely not something anyone should speak lightly of.
However, Chris Brown isn't one to shy away from controversy.
The singer voiced his opinion on the recent epidemic on Twitter and it left a pretty bad taste in everyone's mouth.
[ Related: Texas Health Care Worker Could Be The First Person Who Has Contracted Ebola On U.S. Soil After Positive Preliminary Tests ]
Chris tweeted out early Monday morning:
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This is so awful!
Thomas Eric Duncan was the first man with Ebola to travel into the United States. He was let into the country no problem and was originally released from a hospital even though he had a fever — and admitted he had recently traveled to the U.S. from Africa.
Eventually, he was readmitted to the hospital and diagnosed with Ebola.
Now, it's being reported that he's died this morning at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas.
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HOLY CRAP IT WORKED.
Ebola kills nearly everyone who contracts the virus, but two lucky Americans appear to have beaten the odds and SURVIVED!
Dr. Kent Brantly and missionary Nancy Writebol have both been released from an Atlanta hospital after becoming infected while treating patients in Liberia.
The two underwent rigorous blood and urine tests to guarantee that the virus was no longer present in their systems. Doctors and medical experts say the reason they’re alive may be all thanks to an experimental drug cocktail called ZMapp.
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An American doctor who selflessly traveled to Africa in order to stop the spread of Ebola has now tested positive for the disease himself.
Kent Brantly, a 33-year-old father of two, noticed the signs and symptoms of the incurable disease in his own body and immediately quarantined himself. He told the parishoners of his church that he believes his faith will be what saves him now.
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It looks like Jorah Mormont had it right when he told Khaleesi dragons could NEVER be tamed on Game of Thrones!
OK, so that actually doesn't really apply here! But in real life, pet bearded dragons are proving to be quite dangerous as they are believed to be the cause of a salmonella outbreak over the past two years!
Since February 12, 2012, at least 132 people have been hospitalized across
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