Wiz Khalifa says he is free of COVID-19, after testing positive for the virus, earlier this week. He also shared a video of himself quarantined on his Instagram story after his negative test results.

“My last test came negative, so I’m free of COVID,” he announced on Twitter, Saturday.

Wiz Khalifa, COVID-19
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The negative test results came less than a week after the Pittsburgh rapper announced that he had contracted the virus.

“Okay, honey …. sooooooo ….. the boy was fine. No symptoms. Just stay away from me for a while,” he tweeted July 14. “While I’m in the house, I’ll give you all the new content, plan your fantasies and prepare for this new project.”

Khalifa’s positive test comes when a new Delta variant of coronavirus crosses the globe. On Sunday, the former head of the FDA, Dr. Scott Gottlieb, explained Face The Nation how serious this new variant is.

“This virus is so contagious, this variant is so contagious that it will infect the majority – that most people will either be vaccinated or have been infected before, or they will get this Delta variant,” Gottlieb said. “And for most people who get this Delta variant, it will be the most serious virus they get in their lifetime in terms of the risk of placing them in the hospital.”