Miss Universe 2019 message on COVID-19, zozibini tunzi
Miss Universe 2019 message on COVID-19, zozibini tunzi. The whole world is struggling to fight the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. In addition to the solidarity action, in the midst of this crisis, various parties endlessly voiced their enthusiasm and support, including Miss Universe 2019 zozibini tunzi.
Zozibini Tunzi briefly shared uploads via a personal Instagram account. This 26-year-old woman was seen taking a selfie with a Sabrina top in shades of flowers. He is known to be in New York based on the location information he included. While smiling at the camera, Miss Universe 2019 is writing positive messages through the information column.
“Come to remind everyone that social distance does not mean emotional distance. Check your loved ones, we need each other now more than ever before. Share your struggle and success with me at #UniverseUnited,” he wrote.
Zozibini continued, he was willing to hear the story. He also advised, stop delaying dreams and it’s time to start planning, then continue or start listening to world health leaders.
“Begin to help and do your part in leveling the curve by staying at home if there is no need for you to be out there,” said Miss Universe 2019. Miss Universe 2019 added, for those who cannot come out to help physically, he asked to be able to contribute in the midst of the crisis of the COVID-19 Solidarity Fund from WHO.
“They provide essential supplies for frontline health workers and provide care for those in need. Stay safe. Send love and light to everyone,” he concluded.
Previously on March 20, 2020, Zozibini had a chance to share a short video singing Ariana Grande’s song titled Almost Is Never Enough which became its activity in the midst of social distancing.
“Something different for my feed. Something that I wouldn’t dare to do outside my room, but because we all almost invite each other to the house and hang out, this is what I do when I’m alone,” he wrote at the time.