‘I did not have a reaction like Nicki Minaj’s cousin’s friend, わかった?’ host joked

ニッキー・ミナージュ’s controversial vaccine comments were dragged on-stage at the エミー賞 this year by the ceremony’s host, Cedric The Entertainer.

The comedian made light of Minaj’s inflammatory and unsubstantiated tweet about her cousin’s friend in Trinidad, who allegedly experienced swollen testicles after receiving the Covid-19 vaccine.

“I got vaxxed,” Cedric revealed, 追加する: “I did not have a reaction like Nicki Minaj’s cousin’s friend, わかった?」

彼は続けた: “I got Pfizer, あなたは私が言っていることが理解できているはず? Because I’m bougie. That’s the Neiman Marcus of ワクチン.」

The host then went on to compare the other approved vaccines to American department stores, 言って, “Moderna, that’s Macy’s. ジョンソン & ジョンソン, that’s TJ Maxx.”

今月上旬, ミナージュ tweeted that she wouldn’t be attending the Met Gala over its mandatory vaccine requiremenNS, before sharing the baseless anecdote about her cousin’s friend.

彼女は書いた: “My cousin in Trinidad won’t get the vaccine cause his friend got it and became impotent. His testicles became swollen.”

Health officials in Trinidad have since confirmed there is no truth to the “Super Bass” singer’s claims.

“As we stand now, there is absolutely no reported side effect or adverse event of testicular swelling in Trinidad… and none that we know of anywhere in the world,” the country’s health minister Terrence Deyalsingh said.

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The White House also offered to call Minaj up to answer any questions she might have about the vaccines approved for use in the United States, after she revealed she was not vaccinated and “doing her own research”.

しかしながら, a spokesperson was quick to clarify that the singer had not been invited to the White House after she announced she would be wear “all pink like in “キューティ・ブロンド ” for her visit and ask questions on behalf of those “who have been made fun of for simply being human”.

Impotence is not listed as a potential side-effect by the NHS or the US’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention websites, and there is no evidence to suggest that the vaccine causes fertility problems.

UK prime minister ボリス・ジョンソン そして Chris Whitty, the chief medical officer for England, responded to the singer a Covid press conference on14 September. Whitty said Minaj should be “ashamed” for perpetuating untruths about the vaccines among her social media followers.

彼は続けた, 「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," 彼は言った.

“That happens to be one of them. That is untrue.”