Wu-Tang Clan Has A Message On How To ‘Protect Ya Neck’ Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

NEW YORK - APRIL 1997: American rap group Wu-Tang Clan (L - R) Ghostface Killah, Masta Killa, Raekwon, RZA, Ol' Dirty Bastard GZA, U-God and Method Man pose for a April 1997 portrait in New York City, New York. (Photo by Bob Berg/Getty Images)

Wu-Tang Clan Has A Message On How To ‘Protect Ya Neck’ Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

It’s pretty easy to remember.

Published March 16th

Written by Danielle Ransom

Millions in the U.S. have opted to remain under self-quarantine as the coronavirus continues to spread across the U.S. 

In light of the federal government assembling a task force to address the pandemic, many celebrities have also stepped forward with tips for how everyone can safeguard their health.

  1. Last week, disco legend Gloria Gaynor offered a timely PSA enlisting everyone to be more mindful of washing their hands.

  2. RELATED: ‘I Will Survive’ Singer Gloria Gaynor Goes Viral With Coronavirus Hand-Washing Tik Tok Video

    And now, legendary hip-hop supergroup Wu-Tang Clan is stepping forward to deliver a message reminding people that the coronavirus ain’t nothing to mess with. 

    On Sunday (March 15), the Wu-Tang Clan’s official Twitter account offered some tips as to how people can protect their necks and also limit the spread of the coronavirus. To make their message more easily digestible, the hip-hop group transformed their name into an acrostic, as can be seen below. 

    The Twitter account enlisted their followers to share and retweet the message to reach as many people as possible 

    “Protect Ya Neck against the Coronavirus. We are making a few thousand prints and distributing them across New York City. Feel FREE to do the same in your City,” the post read. 

(Photo: Bob Berg/Getty Images)


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