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Singer-songwriter Omarion cracks joke about how close his name is to COVID-19 variant Omicron

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Omarion wants his fans to know that they don't have to get tested for COVID-19 if they run into him on the street.The singer-songwriter, 37, took to TikTok to tell fans that he'd heard all of the comparisons between his stage name and the Omicron variant.The star, whose legal name is Omari Grandberry, said jokingly, 'Hi everybody, this is Omarion.

I am an artist, not a variant.So please be aware that if you just so happen to run into me on the street, you don't have to isolate for five days, nor do you have to have a negative test result in order to dance to my music.' Cracking jokes: Omarion37, took to TikTok to tell fans that he'd heard all of the comparisons between his stage name and the Omicron variant'So please, be safe, be healthy,.

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