How Nicki Minaj and swollen testicles became part of a UK coronavirus briefing
The rapper's comments about vaccines side effects were discussed at a UK coronavirus briefing.
Many people have pointed out that the side effects Nicki described could be those of the, and the state of her cousin's friend's testicles has since been retweeted nearly 90,000 times.'That is untrue'Things really escalated when Nicki and the swollen genitals were mentioned during a coronavirus briefing by UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and England's chief medical officer, Professor Chris Whitty.
Professor Whitty said that Nicki "should be ashamed" when asked about people spreading misinformation online and whether coronavirus might have caused her cousin's friend's testicles to swell."There are a number of myths that fly around," he said.
"Some of which are just clearly ridiculous and some of which are clearly designed just to scare."That happens to be one of them. That is untrue."image source,Getty Imagesimage captionCoronavirus briefings have taken place during the pandemic - but this was the first time Nicki Minaj was mentioned headtopics.com
Boris Johnson commented that he'd rather get information on coronavirus from Dr Nikki Kanani, NHS England's medical director of primary care, than from Nicki Minaj.We don't know if the rapper was watching live like a lot of people in the UK, but she saw the clip and responded - several times.
First, she accused Professor Whitty of dissing her.I love him even tho I guess this was a diss? The accent ugh! Yassss boo!!! Read more: BBC Health News »
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