The Glee star, 32, revealed how his boyfriend and actor Austin McKenzie became “super sick” recently and they were convinced he had Covid-19.
However, two tests later confirmed it was not the coronavirus but instead was due to undercooked chicken sausages giving him salmonella.
Confessing to his followers on Twitter, Kevin wrote: “But have you undercooked chicken sausage (unintentionally) and then served it to your bf and then he got superrrrr sick and you thought it was covid and you got tested twice but nah you just fed him salmonella?’
“He should break up with me. I would.”
Austin himself replied to the tweet: “Just doin’ some light research,’ while sharing a screenshot of a google search for: ‘How to get revenge on your husband.”
Kevin then went on to tweet a screenshot of Austin’s own Twitter account with a sassy amended profile biography.
Austin wrote: “I left Twitter years ago. I’m back on now to monitor my thirsty boyfriend, Kevin Mchale, who “accidentally” gave me salmonella 5 days ago.”
At least the pair are seeing the funny side the whole debacle!
The fiasco comes after Kevin recently shared some touching comments surrounding the death of his friend and former Glee co-star Naya Rivera, who was found dead on Lake Piru last month at the age of 33.
No foul play was suspected in her death and suicide has already been ruled out.
Kevin said that he felt late co-star Cory Monteith helped authorities to find Naya’s body.
Writing on Twitter, Kevin noted: “I’m not religious by any means, but you’d be hard-pressed to convince me that Cory didn’t help find our girl today.
“These 2, in many ways, were the male and female versions of one another. So nice, cared deeply, were stupidly talented, the most fun, and really really good people.”
Monteith passed away at the age of 31 in 2013 from an accidental overdose.
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