Impotence Myth: After a vaccination tweet, Nicki Minaj takes on the whole British government
After a tweet from Nicki Minaj (38) about alleged side effects of a corona vaccination, the top British medical government adviser sharply criticized the rapper. You should be ashamed, said Chris Whitty at a press conference on Tuesday in London.
“There are a number of myths flying around, some of which are just plain ridiculous and some of which are clearly just meant to be scary. This is one of them. ”There are people who spread untruths about vaccination when they knew better.
In her tweet, the singer claimed that a friend of her cousin’s in Trinidad had become impotent after the vaccination. Many Twitter users reacted with shock or ridicule. For her part, the rapper made fun of Whitty and published a voice message with a British accent to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who had also commented on the case.
Not her first upset tweet
Nicki Minaj had previously caused a stir with a Corona tweet. In it, she wrote that she would not be pressured to get vaccinated because of participating in the Met-Gala fashion exhibition on Monday evening (local time). “I’ll do it as soon as I have the feeling that I’ve researched enough,” she emphasized and urged her fans to wear a mask.
In other tweets, she reiterated people who had been vaccinated and stressed that she will probably get vaccinated at some point.
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