Pharrell Williams: We got ourselves into Covid-19 pandemic, we got to work to get through

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American rapper, songwriter and singer Pharrell Williams has said that the coronavirus pandemic does not justify the difference between normalcy and the New Normal.

Speaking on phone call to counterpart Kanye West, Pharrell said that life has gained a different kind of gravity, attributing this to human undertakings.

 “This is a plague we’re living through at the moment. I don’t think there will be such a thing as a new normal – it doesn’t do enough justice to the difference in who we were pre-pandemic and who we will be moving forward,” Pharrell said.

The Fashion designer further instilled confidence that Covid-19 is not the only pandemic that the world has ever experienced, saying that ‘we are going to work to get through it.’

“Life’s going to have a different kind of gravity than it’s ever had before. It’s also gonna make us really separated… But we have been through many plagues before. We have been through pandemics. We survived. We’re gonna make it. In a lot of ways we got ourselves into this, we gotta get to work to get through it,” confide Pharrell.

On his part, Pop star Kanye West said that it is time for human race to readjust its mindset and use it to change the world.

“We need to understand humanity as one species. We need to change our mentality, readjust our mindset and use that readjusted mindset to change the world,” Kanye said.

This comes days after Kanye donated $2 million USD to various charitable causes and paid for George Floyd’s daughter’s college tuition.

The coronavirus infections in the US has hit more 2 million people, killing at least 115,000 with 607,000 recoveries recorded.

Globally, Covid-19 cases tally at 7.04 million infections, with more than 400,000 deaths.

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