It’s Tough, I Can’t Deal Anymore -Actress Yvonne Jegede Cries Out

The actress laments about coronavirus pandemic and encourages her fans to stay home.

Yvonne Jegede

Nollywood actress Yvonne Jegede breaks down over the state of things due to coronavirus concerns that have been drawn over the past months. The world is currently at a pause, as the widespread of the virus has driven governments to shut down in a bid to contain it.

The actress, who has been observing from a distance as celebrities and industry colleagues throw in their opinions and voices to educating their fans and followers, disclosed earlier today that she is heartbroken by everything.

According to the mother of one, she woke up this morning very sad and teary-eyed. The thoughts of how people are surviving the disaster are just heart wrenching for her. She revealed that it’s becoming a tough one for her as she can’t hide it any longer.

Yvonne also shared via her social media page to lament on the situation and implore everyone to stay home and up their hygiene, she’s hopeful for a miracle and sends her love to everyone who needs it.


Yvonne Jegede

She wrote;

I woke up this morning and tears have refused to stop streaming down my cheeks but trust me I am not crying.
I am not crying, I’m not even sad but the tears just keep coming.
It’s getting tough for me. I can’t deal with this anymore.
But most importantly I want to send love to everyone out there. I cannot even imagine what other people are going through. I’m looking out the window and praying for a miracle. I feel imprisoned. Not a soul on the streets of my estate.
It’s better to be safe than sorry. Stay safe; stay at home.
Remember hygiene is paramount.
I don’t want people to die. I’m so scared
Keep in touch with your friends and loved ones.

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