Rapper Nicki Minaj revealed on September 13 that she will not participate in this year’s Met Gala due to COVID-19 vaccine requirements.
The annual event cancelled last year due to the pandemic continues this year and is in line with New York’s “Key to New York” program, which requires indoor entertainment, leisure, dining, and fitness venues to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
Minaj’s real name is Onika Tanya Maraj-Petty, and she informed her 22.6 million followers on Twitter that she will not participate in events at the Metropolitan Museum of Art until she has done “enough research” on vaccination, but encourages people Continue to wear a mask.
“They want you to vaccinate the Met. If I get the vaccine, the Met will not,” Mina wrote on Monday.
“Once I feel that I have done enough research. I am now working hard. In the meantime, my love, please pay attention to safety. Wear a mask with 2 ropes that can clamp your head and face. It’s not that loose,” she continued.
The 38-year-old rapper continues to share Another post Said: “My cousin in Trinidad would not be vaccinated because his friend was vaccinated and became impotence. His testicles were swollen. His friend is still a few weeks away from marriage. Now this girl The wedding was cancelled. So please pray for this and make sure you are satisfied with your decision and not being bullied.”
According to the FDA’s Moderna, Pfizer, and Johnson & Johnson vaccine fact sheets, there has not been any research showing that the COVID-19 vaccine is related to erectile dysfunction.
When a follower told Minaj that they must be vaccinated in order to work, but they were not sure whether to have a second shot, the rapper encouraged people in similar situations to be vaccinated and pointed out that she might do the same in the future.
“I know baby. Many countries will not let people work without a vaccine,” Minaj replied. “I definitely recommend them to get vaccinated. They have to support the family. I’m sure I will get vaccinated too, because I have to go on tour and so on.”
Another Minaj follower also told her that they had been vaccinated and “not infected with the virus or anything, so this is a good thing,” and the rapper replied: “This is really great baby. This is the norm. “
in a Separate twitter post, Minaj asked her followers which vaccines they would recommend.
Minaj’s Twitter post on vaccines originally started after a fan pointed out that she had not appeared in public for more than a year. Minaj gave birth to her first child in September 2020. She explained: “I have a baby without Babysitter during COVID. Who is crazy? Will not risk letting people see his health.”
She later questioned a fan who pointed out that “vaccinations cannot prevent infection with the new crown virus, it can prevent you from experiencing severe symptoms.” “People who have not been vaccinated are 11 times more likely to die from the new crown virus than those who have been vaccinated.”
Mina Responded: “Baby. This is not true. I have exactly the same symptoms as ppl [expletive] vaccine. “
Elsewhere in her series of posts, Minaj responded to a fan who said they noticed that she “seems to be afraid of Covid” and the singer hinted that she tested positive for COVID-19 while preparing for the MTV Music Video Awards.
“Love you baby. I am preparing for vmas, and then I took a video and guess who is infected with COVID?” Rapper answered“Do you know what it’s like not to kiss or hold your baby for more than a week? A baby who is only used to his mother? “Vaccination” Drake just told me that he was infected with the coronavirus in Chile|vaccine.”
As of early Tuesday, efforts to contact Minaj’s label and management representatives for comments were unsuccessful.
This News Originally From – The Epoch Times