Iconic Black Sabbath bass guitarist Geezer Butler has shared an unexpected photo on his official Twitter account and warned everyone to stay home due to the coronavirus outbreak.
As we all know, thousands of people have been infected since coronavirus appeared in Wuhan, China, and people began to quarantine themselves to prevent further spread of this virus.
Today, Geezer Butler shared the album cover of Black Sabbath’s debut album which released on February 13, 1970.
But he changed the name of the album and took this name ‘Stay Home.’ Frankly, he just wanted to warn everyone due to the coronavirus. He didn’t write anything in the tweet but his followers commented.
A fan named Steven Caparella commented:
“Deal, need a full and proper reunion when this is over Mr. Butler! Please and thank you.”
Another fan named Koto asked a question:
“Which albums would you recommend listening to whilst stuck in quarantine?”
You can see the tweet of him right below.
— Geezer Butler (@geezerbutler) April 5, 2020