NBA AAEARthur Cured Coronavirus Sources Say Dumb
Many sources have claimed that NBAAE Abraham was infected with the coronavirus. This was the disease that killed Michael Jackson. So what is the truth behind all this? Here are some things you should know about the latest “Crowned King” of Rock and Roll.
First, it appears that NBAAE may have had some exposure to the deadly virus that killed Michael Jackson. A lot of sources say that he probably did, as his brother James called his uncle John to find out where his father was and that is when they found the body of Michael Jackson. So it could be that his uncle discovered the body and took it to their house to perform autopsies on it. It’s also been said that the virus was in the blood when Michael Jackson died, so it’s possible that his brother James got the virus from him.
So who do we believe though? The answer is that we don’t. It looks as though someone put together some information that led to the idea that he might have gotten the HIV from Michael Jackson. Also, there are a number of other things that have been said about the connection. Some sources say that Michael Jackson’s music may have had an effect on Arthur because it’s a genre that he liked.
However, there is one fact that remains – that NBAAE did not get the HIV or any other virus from Michael Jackson. There is no evidence whatsoever that he ever had any. Also, the virus wasn’t even on his system when he died. So, this leaves one very important question: Does the basketball star really “cured” Coronavirus?
There have been other rumors and stories about Aries basketball star Aries Ayala. For example, he was once mentioned in a Hollywood movie as the person who supposedly invented the jump shot. While it’s unlikely that he actually did that, he has been mentioned as having come up with the idea. Also, there are many other athletes who’ve said that they got the virus from Aries. So, is there any truth to these?
The answer is yes, Aries truly could have gotten the virus from Michael Jackson. The problem is that no one has any solid proof that this happened. So, the story may be true. But there’s no way to prove it. That’s one of the reasons why people tend to think that it’s false.
In the meantime, let’s assume that Aries did get the HIV/AIDs. How did he do it? Well, it seems he did it the old fashioned way. In other words, he reportedly had sex with one who was HIV positive and then got the AIDs from that person. While this doesn’t explain where the virus came from, it does point toward someone on the side of the road leading into disaster.
If you’re going to try to get your mind around NBA Arthur, you may want to consider this fact: every basketball star that ever existed (yes, even Joe Frazier) took medicine to make them act better. This includes legends like Clyde Drexler and John Stockton. They all routinely used medications for things like insomnia, depression and anxiety. So, while NBA Arthur is probably just a placebo, maybe we should just call it quits.
The real problem with NBA Arthur is his name. You see, it’s not commonly known that his real name is Arthur. So, when people hear about him, they ask if it’s his real name or his nickname, Arthur! For some reason, many people have a hard time believing that a basketball star could just walk out on stage, take a Xanax and not have any problems afterwards. It just doesn’t seem possible.
But it’s been done. Quite an accomplished basketball player managed to get off an addictive drug and not have any more problems since. He beat his addiction and has since become an inspiration to many. So, if this guy can do it, so can you. Just ask your doctor what he thinks and if he gives you a prescription, go ahead and buy it.
There’s only one problem with this, his name. The doctors and scientists who created the antiviral medication Xanax realized too late that their drug was not going to work for everyone. That’s why they named it Arthur. Hopefully one day, someone will create a pill for allergies like yours and relieve you of your pain and suffering.