This argument is completely insane!
The US singer Nicki Minaj (38) quarreled on Tuesday with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson (57) and his senior corona advisor Chris Whitty (55) about alleged side effects of corona vaccinations. Minaj claimed that an acquaintance got swollen testicles after his injection. Johnson and Whitty didn’t think it was funny.
▶ ︎ But from the beginning: On Monday Minaj tweeted that her cousin from Trinidad (the singer’s birthplace) did not want to be vaccinated. The absurd reason: a friend of the cousin’s testicles swelled after the vaccination and his planned wedding therefore burst. “So pray and make sure you are comfortable with your decision and not bullied,” Minaj wrote.
Britain’s top epidemiologist: “you should be ashamed”
The fact that a corona vaccination would cause impotence or swollen testicles has clearly been scientifically refuted. When Britain’s top epidemiologist Whitty and Prime Minister Johnson were approached on Tuesday at a press conference about the singer’s tweet, the medical professional reacted clearly: “There are a number of myths flying around, some of which are just ridiculous and some of which are just plain ridiculous others are clearly only intended to be frightening. This is one of them. “
Then Whitty sharpened: “There are people who try to stop other people from getting life-saving vaccinations. Many of them know that they are spreading falsehoods and still do it. In my opinion, they should be ashamed of themselves. “
Prime Minister Johnson mocked, “I’m not as familiar with the work of Nicki Minaj as I might be. But I know Nikki Kanani, the superstar doctor from Bexley, London, who will tell you that vaccinations are wonderful and that everyone should get them. I prefer to listen to Nikki Kanani. “
Minaj sends Johnson a voice message with a false accent
Nicki Minaj, who still wants to be vaccinated, reacted ironically to Johnson’s jokes: “I love him, even if that was a diss, I guess? That accent, ugh! Yeah, boy! ”She commented on an excerpt from the press conference.
The singer seemed annoyed that Johnson had no idea what a superstar Nicki Minaj is. Hours after the press conference, she sent the Prime Minister a sarcastic voice message on Twitter – presented in a fake British accent:
“Yes, hello Prime Minister Boris, it’s Nicki Minaj. Just wanted to call and tell you that you were great on the news this morning. I am actually British. I was born there, went to university there. I was in Oxford. I went to school with Margaret Thatcher and she told me so many nice things about you. I would love to send you my portfolio with my work as you don’t know much about me. I’m a big, big star in the United States! “
“Send this to the Prime Minister and let him know that I was lied to. I forgive him. Nobody else. Just him, ”Minaj wrote about the message. That should be taken just as little seriously as her claim to have gone to school with the former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher († 87). The singer grew up in New York City, where she attended the prestigious La Guardia High School.
Nicki Minaj says he has not yet been vaccinated against Corona. The singer still wants to do that so that she can go on tour, she said on Twitter.