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Cardi B Accused Carole Baskin of Bronx Zoo Tiger’s Coronavirus Diagnosis

Cardi B shared her aredown explanation for a tiger in the Bronx Zoo contracting coronavirus.

She invoked the infamous words of tiger owner Joe Exotic, whose Netflix documentary Tiger King showed his war with the nemesis, Carole Baskin.

Joe has a habit of blaming everything that goes wrong in his life on “Carole f**kin’ Baskin,” and those words have now become a famous meme.

The story about the tiger testing positive was sh on Instagram, and Cardi B left a comment saying: “I’ll tell you how… Carol F***in Baskin.”

The rapper also posted a meme, which implies that Carole Baskin killed her own husband and fed them to her tigers. That is a conspiracy theory that is explored in the documentary.

The meme shows a mock-up of Joe Exotic drinking tea in front of a sign that said: “Carole Baskin fed her husband to the tigers.

“Change my mind.”

Alongside it, she asked her followers: “Whatcha think ?”

Baskin has strongly denied being involved in the case of the disappearance of her husband, Don Lewis, 21 years ago.

On her website, there is a statement saying Tiger King included “a segment devoted to suggesting, with lies and innuendos from people who are not credible, that I had a role in the disappearance of my husband Don in 1997.

“The series presents this without any regard for the truth or, in most cases, even giving me an opportunity before publication to rebut the absurd claims.”

“They did not care about the truth. The unsavory lies are better for getting viewers.”

She commented Lewis’ presumed death: “Can you imagine having people think you killed your husband or wife and not being able to prove otherwise? Without a body, there is nothing I can do to clear my name.”

“We gave [authorities] all of the information that they needed to go look at the court records and to see that I always dealt fairly and honestly with Don’s daughters.”

“He had been my best friend from the time that I was 19. I lost him in 1997, so talking about that turns up a lot of painful memories.”

A Tiger Tests Positive for Coronavirus: The First Case of the Infected Animal in the US


A tiger, whose name is Nadia, from the Bronx Zoo appears to be positive for the novel Covid-19 virus.   This is the first case of an infected animal in the US.

Nadia’s symptoms included dry cough and she was tested. After the results came it was determined that she is positive for the Coronavirus.

It is possible that the tiger was infected by an employee at the Bronx Zoo. This zoo was closed on March 16th in accordance with the preventive measures due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Even though Nadia’s appetite has been slightly decreased, she is feeling better and it is expected that she will recover fully. The zookeepers are paying close attention to the tiger and are doing everything in their power to make this hard times better for the animal.

As it was reported, none of the other tigers, cheetahs, or leopards are showing symptoms of the virus.

The scientists believe that infected animals cannot transmit the virus to humans. According to the USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, “At this time, there is no evidence to suggest that any animals, including pets or livestock, can spread the COVID-19 infection to people.”

Nevertheless, the scientists continue to highlight the importance of the good hygiene among humans and animals. Therefore, they strongly advise keeping the pets clean and tidy in order to prevent any possible spreading of the Coronavirus.