If any random variable has zero variance, then is it right to say that:
A random variable with zero variance is not a random variable
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$E[(X-E[X])^2] =0 \implies X = E[X]$
Thus $X$ is almost surely constant. A better description for such random variables is that it follows a degenerate distribution.