Social media sensation Kurt Coleman reveals he’s caught Covid-19: ‘I had the worst sleep and woke up in hell today’
Social media personality Kurt Coleman has revealed he has Covid-19.
The 25-year-old announced to his 100,000 Instagram followers Saturday, that he discovered he had the virus after experiencing a poor night’s sleep.
‘Only took three years but I just woke up with scumbag Covid,’ he posted.
Waking up Hell: ‘Only took 3 years but I just woke up with scumbag Covid,’ Kurt Coleman posted to followers on Saturday Picture: Kurt as seen on his Instagram recently
‘After having a tickle in my throat all day yesterday… I knew something was wrong,’ the star influencer explained.
‘I had the worst sleep and woke up in hell today,’ he declared.
Kurt, who suffers from pancreatitis and has been sober for almost a year, signed off the post by asking his followers to wish him luck.
‘Tell me remedies please,’ he pleaded.
‘After having a tickle in my throat all day yesterday… I knew something was wrong,’ the star influencer explained
The handsome Gold Coast native made news recently when the openly gay Kurt revealed he rejected ‘identity labels’.
Posting a video message to his Instagram, Kurt said he was happy to just identify himself by his name rather than use a particular label.
He explained that while he is gay, he doesn’t see himself as part of the wider LGBT community (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community).
Getting sick: Kurt said he suspected there ‘was something wrong’ after experiencing a ticklish throat Friday
‘I’m just saying what I think, and I don’t even ever want to be involved with the “LGBT community” either. I just can’t relate,’ Kurt said.
‘It’s amazing that people have their communities but I just don’t relate to it… I just see myself as me. I don’t think into it at all,’ he added.
Kurt said he also has no interest in being a ‘role model’ to other gay people, and is happy just being himself.
‘I don’t really care about chucking some name on myself other than the name I was named… never have and don’t care really about the labels of anything… I’m all good being Kurt,’ he declared.
Hoping for luck: Kurt pleaded to his 100,000 followers on Instagram asking them to send ‘remedies’ so he could fight the symptoms of Covid-19