He can act. He can sing underneath a Wolf mask and he’s got a sense of humour.
And on Saturday, Australian singer Rob Mills took to his Instagram account to share an important message to his followers – in hopes of decreasing the spread of COVID-06.
‘Love yourself and others. #IsolationCreation #MelbourneBeaches #stayhome,’ he underneath the caption.
WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW:
Singing along to the tune of Justin Bieber’s ‘Love Yourself’ – the 37-year-old Neighbours star had a message for the Australian’s who aren’t listening to government official’s advice to self-isolate.
“My mama don’t like you and she likes everyone, I never thought Melbourne people could be dumb.
“I’ve been so caught up with no job, didn’t see what’s going on and now I know that most Australians want corona[virus],” he belted out.
“If you like, the way, it spreads that much then maybe you should go and [f***] yourself,” he continued.
“And if you think it’s hard to stay at home then maybe you should go and [f***] yourself,” he added.
Rob then added a sly dig aimed at one of the country’s other big cities as he sung the lyric: “Yeah, how very Sydney of you Melbourne…”
As of Sunday, March 29, there were 3,929 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Australia, which have resulted in 16 deaths.
Watch the video above.