Nicki Minaj accuses Philadelphia Department of Health of using her to ‘engage’ over virus vaccination tweet

Nicki Minaj responded to a tweet from the Philadelphia Department of Public Health’s mockery her weird viral Covid tweet.

Last September, the rapper made headlines when she shared a series of allegations about a coronavirus vaccine.

Minaj explained that she won’t be showing up at that month’s Met Gala because they require proof of vaccinations to attend, adding that she will only get vaccinated “once I feel I’ve been vaccinated.” fully researched”.

She later said that her cousin’s friend’s testicles had become “swollen” and that he “became impotent” after the vaccination. Minaj was called for tweets, like impotence or tense genitals Not listed as a side effect of the Covid vaccine by any major medical organization.

On Friday (February 18), the Philadelphia Department of Public Health mocked Minaj by sharing a screenshot of her viral tweet below a more recent post of hers, in which she writes: “There is nothing like watching someone speak confidently about something they know nothing about.”

In a series of tweets that have since been deleted, Minaj tweeted: “The Philadelphia public health account is posting Nicki Minaj tweets about engagement.

“They are trying to embarrass ppl for advising others to PRAYER, BE EASY & NOT COMPULSORY. I’ve never seen a vaccine that activates this amount of fear and shame tactics, have you? #DoWeHaveAProblem. ”

At the time of his initial tweet, England’s chief medical officer Chris Witty said Minaj should be “ashamed” of her comments.

Anthony Fauci also said that Minaj should “think twice about spreading really baseless information”.

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/news/nicki-minaj-vaccine-twitter-philadelphia-b2019856.html Nicki Minaj accuses Philadelphia Department of Health of using her to ‘engage’ over virus vaccination tweet

Tom Vazquez

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