R&B Singer Tank: The Pandemic Is A Hoax, Now Come To My Concert!!

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R&B singer Tank is suggesting that the Covid-19 epidemic is a hoax, and he wants fans to ignore the CDCs warnings - and come to his upcoming concert.


MTO News obtained a new post, created by Tank last night - where the singer explains why fans should NOT be worried about the potentially deadly virus.

According to Tank, the government is overblowing the severity of the disease. As Tank explains, "The president of the United States is in these streets [and] he knows something we don't know."

Tank claims that he will soon be selling tickets to a new concert, and he thinks fans should buy them - even if they have to buck CDC warnings.


Tank, real name Durrell Babbs, is an  R&B singer-songwriter, record producer, and actor. He is best known for the singles "Maybe I Deserve (2001)", "Please Don't Go" (2006), and "When We" (2017). According to Billboard Tank has sold 1.76 million albums in the U.S. as of 2013.

Tank got engaged to his longtime girlfriend Zena Foster on January 16, 2017. They've been together on and off since 2005 and share two children, Zion and Zoey. They were married in Los Angeles, California, on July 22, 2018. There were several celebrities in the building, including Kelly Rowland, Jamie Foxx, Larenz Tate, Letoya Luckett-Walker and many more.

Tank is also the father of three more children from previous relationships: Jordan, Ryen, and Durrell Jr.