Karol G & Anuel AA Are Loving Cardi B's 'Coronavirus Remix' & The Rapper Loves Them Right Back

Anuel AA and Karol G
Mary Beth Koeth

Anuel AA and Karol G photographed on Feb. 15, 2019 at Basement at The Miami Beach EDITION in Miami. 

Reggaeton lovebirds Karol G and Anuel AA are following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s safety guidelines in the midst of the coronavirus disease: they’re staying at home.

Both the Puerto Rican trap star and Colombian artist have been spending their time together at their home in Miami. They’re making the best out of quarantine by playing video games, listening to music, working out, hanging out in the jacuzzi, and the internet's new favorite, enjoying Cardi B’s “Coronavirus Remix.”

In a 10-second video posted Thursday night (March 19), we see Karol trying to sit on a couch, Anuel trying to go to the bathroom, the couple leaning in for a kiss but refuse to do so because, well, coronavirus.

Cardi B’s viral “Coronavirus Remix,” which was born out of her outspoken personality, accompanies the humorous clip. “I love them,” the rapper expressed on Twitter, sharing the video.

Cardi B’s current viral hit comes on the heels of her thoughts on the global pandemic. "Government, government, government. You wanna know something? I know s--t getting real,” she says a social media rant. Her words were quickly transformed into an infectious hip-hop song by DJ iMarkkeyz titled "Cardi B 'Coronavirus (S--t Is Real!)' Remix.”

The song’s success has quickly escalated the iTunes charts and has become a sensation on Instagram and TikTok. Recently, Cardi B announced that she will be donating proceeds from the song to the families affected by the virus.

Watch Karol G and Anuel enjoy the remix below.


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Mood La Cuarentena nos tiene ....................

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Since the outbreak of the coronavirus disease at the end of 2019, more than 184,000 people have contracted the disease, resulting in more than 7,500 deaths according to the World Health Organization. Covid-19 has reached more than 150 countries and every U.S. state.

Basic protective measures against the novel coronavirus, according to WHO, include washing your hands with soap and water or using alcohol-based hand sanitizer, maintaining social distancing at least three feet between yourself and anyone who is coughing or sneezing, and avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth.

For more information about covid-19 visit the WHO or CDC websites.



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