Currently, Lil Haiti is one of the most-popular rising rappers in the game. These past few years have seen him going hard, with his music. His single, “Where The Cap At?,” featuring Flipp Dinero, is a viral hit.
Lil Haiti has proven to be one of the hardest-working rappers in the game. This year, Lil Haiti believes, is his time to take over the whole industry. With that, he’s going hard, even during the pandemic.
Recently, Lil Haiti contracted COVID-19, and he has not shied away from this. The rapper, and his manager, spoke out about the virus. In his statement, Lil Haiti said the virus is on joke and he’s had to slow down, to get better, hoping to return, 100%, for his fans.
Read the statements from Lil Haiti and his manager below:
“I recently caught COVID-19. This virus is no joke. I have been in a lot of pain and forced to sit my ass down to get better. As you know, I have been grinding with my music for years, just released my ‘Where The Cap At’ music video with Flipp Dinero, and have my ‘The Big Zoe’ EP coming out this month. So, I am fighting to get back on my feet ASAP. I also work in healthcare as a respiratory therapist and have seen up close how this virus has affected people. Please do what you need to do to stay safe. Thank you for all of your prayers and support.”
— Lil Haiti
“Thank you everyone for the support. Lil Haiti is a fighter and will be better soon. Please continue to stay safe and look out for one another and give yourselves a lot of self-love during this crazy time.”
— Christine “Perez” Wood, Perez Entertainment, Lil Haiti’s manager