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April 06, 2020

Boris Kodjoe of 'Addicted' Shares Details of Hilarious Quarantine Moment with Wife Nicole Ari Parker

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Families all over the world are currently practicing social distancing in the comfort of their own homes, and Boris Kodjoe decided to share what was going on in their household after two weeks of quarantine. 

For most families, this current lockdown is most likely the longest they've been together without leaving for work or school. For Boris and Nicole Kodjoe, quarantine is bringing out the "best" in them. 

Boris has turned to music to try and keep himself busy during quarantine.

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A QUARANTINE STORY

On Instagram, Boris shared a picture of Nicole looking straight at the camera with a painted white mask filter on. According to the "Addicted" star, this is the face he's seeing in the house after fourteen days of quarantine. 

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14 days since being on self-quarantine with his family, Boris gave his fans a glimpse of what's been going on in the house, especially when he asks them to keep the noise down when he's trying to think. 

He uses the picture of Nicole to let fans in on how she looks when he says that, before rephrasing his previous statement by saying: "What I meant was... I love you."

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KEEPING BUSY THROUGH MUSIC

Aside from everyday humor, Boris has turned to music to try and keep himself busy during quarantine. He and his daughter Sophie shared a heartwarming moment as he played the drums while she sang a song. 

"During the #LALockdown we jam remotely with #TreyThomas in the #Atl live on Facebook #KODJOEQuarantineFamilyJamFriday"

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CORONAVIRUS IN THE US

The Kodjoe family remains at home to try and do their part in stopping the spread of the highly-contagious Coronavirus that continues plague countries around the world. In the past couple of days, the US has surpassed all other countries in number of cases with 188,592 and counting. 

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In hopes of preventing a healthcare system collapse and to support frontliners as they try and stop the spread of the virus, non-essential businesses remain closed and families are expected to work or study from home. 

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