Nicki Minaj’s Covid Vaccine Claims Denied By Trinidad and Tobago…


Nicki Minaj claimed that the COVID-19 vaccine caused her cousin’s acquaintance to get “swollen testicles,” although this idea has been debunked.

Nicki Minaj’s assertion that her cousin’s acquaintance suffered swollen testicles after taking the COVID-19 vaccine was refuted by Trinidad and Tobago’s health minister.

The “Super Bass” rapper said on Twitter on September 13 that she would not be attending the Met Gala because she did not want to get vaccinated, despite the fact that the event requires proof of immunization for all attendees.

Her refusal to receive the vaccine was based on a weird claim that her cousin’s buddy had become “impotent” and had “swollen testicles.”

#BREAKING – Trinidad & Tobago Health Minister Dr. Terrence Deyalsingh responds to swollen testicle claim made by Trinidad-born entertainer @NICKIMINAJ; says there is no such reported case in Trinidad & Tobago (TTT)

— Kevz Politics (@KevzPolitics) September 15, 2021

“My cousin in Trinidad won’t get the vaccine because his pal received it and became impotent,” Nicki tweeted. His testicles swelled up. His friend was set to marry in a few weeks, but the girl decided to call off the wedding. So just pray about it and make sure you’re comfortable with your decision rather than feeling pressured.” Dr. Terrence Deyalsingh, the Health Minister, indicated the next day at a press conference that he “had to check and make sure that what she was alleging was either accurate or incorrect.”

He went on to say, “Unfortunately, we lost a lot of effort yesterday debunking this erroneous allegation. As far as we know, there has been no such reported side effect or detrimental consequence at this time,” Deyalsingh said. “… As of now, no such side effect or adverse event of testicular edema has been reported in Trinidad or… anyplace. There are none that we are aware of anywhere else on the planet.”

Nicki Minaj S Covid Vaccine Claims Denied By Trinidad And Tobago Hellip
Nicki Minaj. Image: MEGA

Deyalsingh also expressed his displeasure with having to look into the rapper’s extremely public charges. “What’s unfortunate about this is that it took up all of our time yesterday trying to find [it].” Because, whether it’s on social media or in the mainstream media, we take all of these reports seriously,” he explained.

During his most recent appearance on CNN, Dr. Anthony Fauci commented on Nicki’s anti-vaccine attitude. According to the 80-year-old physician and immunologist, the 38-year-old rapper was “promoting falsehoods.”

“Is there any evidence that the vaccinations made by Pfizer, Moderna, or [Johnson & Johnson] cause reproductive problems in men or women?” Jake enquired of Dr. Fauci. He said, “The answer to that, Jake, is a loud no.” “There is no proof that it occurs, and there is no mechanical reason to believe it would.”

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