December 28, 2020
Shemar Moore, who tested positive for COVID-19, has shared a glimpse of his condition with his fans. He shared a selfie on his Instagram account, accompanied by a caption that relates his experience.
"S.W.A.T." actor Shemar Moore is not letting COVID-19 dampen his spirits. On December 28, he updated his fans about his condition, sharing a selfie taken at home. Part of his lengthy caption read:
"[COVID] is a brutal test... [It's] rough!!!"
Moore earlier revealed that he tested positive for the dreaded coronavirus disease (COVID-19), which he initially mistook for food poisoning. But he said he was feeling fine already.
In his latest post, the actor cozily reclines on his couch as he holds a glass of white wine. He looks relaxed in a gray shirt and denim pants.
He also sported a black cap with the letter "P" in yellow printed in front and matching yellow sneakers. In the caption, he said he would not let COVID-19 "[shut] down my swag."
He added a hashtag, urging everyone to wear a mask when in public, including when they're out in the streets. More than 155,000 fans liked his post in just five hours.
Many of his loyal followers expressed their concern and well-wishes in the comment box. One fan encouraged him to "hang in there" while another wished him "a healthy recovery."
Moore has been vocal about his adoration for his mother, whom he also considered his best friend.
A CHALLENGING YEAR
The year 2020 has been challenging for most people. It has been equally difficult for Moore, especially because he lost his beloved mother on February 8. She was 76.
Moore has been vocal about his adoration for his mother, whom he also considered his best friend. He said it would be hard not to have her around but that he gets his strength from her.
Despite his loss and his latest challenge with COVID-19, Moore still has many things to be thankful for, not least of which is his $5.8-million mansion in Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles.
The "Criminal Minds" actor's new ultra-modern villa boasts of seven bedrooms and a state-of-the-art home automation system and security apparatus. The 9,000-square-foot property also features a poolside pavilion.
He then played Derek Morgan on the hit series "Criminal Minds" from 2005 to 2016, a role that earned him a People's Choice Award nomination. After leaving "Criminal Minds," he now plays the lead role in "S.W.A.T."