ニッキー・ミナージュは、アンチバックスのツイートを「恥じる」べきだとクリス・ホウィッティは言います

ニッキー・ミナージュは、アンチバックスのツイートを「恥じる」べきだとクリス・ホウィッティは言います
Minaj drew criticism for posting debunked theories around vaccine side effects

Chris Whitty has condemned US rapper ニッキー・ミナージュ for her tweets about Covid jabs, saying she should be “ashamed” of her anti-vax message.

The Chief Medical Officer for England looked visibly angry as he was asked about the singer’s comments at a joint press conference with Boris Johnson.

ミナージュ, who has over 22 million followers on Twitter, had 投稿: “My cousin in Trinidad won’t get the vaccine cause his friend got it and became impotent. His testicles became swollen.

“His friend was weeks away from getting married, now the girl called off the wedding. So just pray on it and make sure you’re comfortable with your decision, not bullied.”

Prof Whitty used the Downing Street briefing to hit back at claims like the ones Minaj made. He called Minaj’s claims “false” and said those who discourage others from getting the vaccine “should be ashamed”.

彼は言った: 「飛び回る神話はたくさんあります… 明らかにばかげているものもあれば、怖がらせるためだけに設計されているものもあります. That happens to be one of them. That is untrue.”

Mr Johnson added: “I am not as familiar with the works of Nicki Minaj as I am with the works of Nikki Kanani, superstar GP of Bexley [Medical Director of Primary Care for NHS England], who will tell you vaccines are wonderful.”

Chris Whitty

Whitty went on to say anti-vaxxers “are a group of people who’ve got strange beliefs… and they make their own choices”.

He added that while most people ignore the conspiracy theories, they are peddled by people who “intend to scare”.

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Minaj was widely criticised for her tweets about the Covid vaccine, which has no proven link to fertility problems.

The singer remains unvaccinated but told her followers she would probably receive the jab so she would be able to tour.

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