Nicki, a rapper, criticised the Philadelphia Department of Public Health for using fear tactics Friday to shame people who suggested others “pray and feel comfortable” to get the coronavirus vaccination. Minaj wrote: “Philadelphia’s public health account tweeting Nicki Minaj tweets engagement,”
She stated, “They are trying shame ppl who recommend others to PRAY and to be COMFORTABLE rather than being BULLIED. “I’ve never seen a vaccine cause such shame and fear.
The public health account in Philadelphia is now posting tweets from Nicki Minaj for engagement. They want to shame people for telling others to PRAY, BE COMFORTABLE, & NOT BULLIED. This is the most fear-based and shameful way I have ever seen vaccines trigger. #DoWeHaveAProblem https://t.co/Q7P2xiorUX
Nicki Minaj (@NICKIMINAJ), February 19, 2022
Minaj responded to the Philadelphia Department of Public Health with a tweet. They criticized her for not having the coronavirus vaccine to enable her to attend last year’s Met Gala.
Minaj wrote that his Trinidadian cousin wouldn’t get the vaccine because his friend got it and became incontinent. He was only weeks away from getting married. The girl has now cancelled the wedding. Please pray for her and don’t be bullied.
On Thursday, the Philadelphia Department of Public Health tweeted a screenshot of Minaj’s September comments. The tweet was in response to a tweet by Minaj that said: “Nothing quite like hearing someone speak confidently about something they don’t know.” ”
Minaj, who in September had voiced her reservations about vaccinations and was attacked for it. She then took aim at the American left. Minaj called out Democrats, corporate media elites and others who tried to limit the ability of black people to think and talk.
The Trinidadian-born rapper defended her decision to not post a clip from Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Tonight. She stated, “I cannot talk to, agree or even look at someone who represents a particular party.” “If you’re black, and a Democrat says you shove marbles up your shins. ”
The rapper said, “Don’t tell me I can’t agree with a Republican.”