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Fauci Takes Issue With Nicki Minaj Vaccine Tweet About Testicles

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Things are getting testy between singer Nicki Minaj and Dr. Anthony Fauci. After the singer cautioned her fans that a COVID-19 vaccination could have negative effects on a person’s nether regions, Fauci slammed Minaj for “propagating” misinformation. Pot, meet kettle.

Minaj triggered Fauci when she tweeted Monday that a friend of her cousin in Trinidad had swollen testicles post-vaccine and became impotent as a result. Because of his impotence, his fiancée called off their wedding. This prompted Minaj to tell her followers to “pray on (the vaccine) and make sure you’re comfortable with your decision, not bullied.”

In response to the singer’s tweet, Dr. Fauci appeared on CNN Tuesday and was asked whether any of the COVID-19 vaccines could have a negative effect on male or female reproductive systems. “The answer to that, is a resounding no. There’s no evidence that it happens — nor is there any mechanistic reason to imagine that it would happen, so the answer to your question is no,” said Fauci.

President Biden’s chief medical advisor then went on to caution Minaj about tweeting misinformation: “She should be thinking twice about propagating information that really has no basis except a one-off anecdote, and that’s not what science is all about.”

Ha! Talk about balls! Now Fauci wants to talk about someone spreading propaganda. He must not have mirrors in his house…

Minaj has previously confirmed that she is not vaccinated, though swollen testicles had nothing to do with her decision.

 

 

Written by Anthony Farris

Anthony is a former high school basketball intramural champion who played a leading role in creating two offspring. He spends his weekends hoping for an MTV Rock N' Jock revival.

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  1. Yeah listen to Fauci about not spreading misinformation.

    Don’t spread misinformation about masks being necessary to protect people against microscopic viruses.

    Don’t spread misinformation about the virus coming from pangolins in a wet market instead of a biotech warfare lab in Wuhan.

    Don’t Spread misinformation that you have never funded or supported gain of function virus research with China when you sent an email referencing “Gain of function” in the title.

    Don’t spread misinformation about this virus being a threat to the entire country when 99% who get it recover.

    Don’t spread misinformation about the vaccines being 91% effective when they’re 66%-39% in recent reports.

    Listen to Fauci on the morality of spreading misinformation.

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