Nicki Minaj continues to make headlines after urging people to “pray on it” and not let people bully you into getting a vaccine if it is not right for you.
Minaj said yesterday that she was locked out of her Twitter account after she retweeted Tucker Carlson which is not allowed.
Nicki Minaj is feeling what it’s like when you are a prominent entertainer and you stray from the plantation.
@NICKIMINAJ on Instagram live:
“We’re no longer even allowed to voice our opinions or ask questions?!”
“So many of your favorite artists feel this way but they’re afraid to speak up”
— Libs of Tik Tok (@libsoftiktok) September 15, 2021
The Marxist-globalist thugs in the White House are not having it. This is not allowed.
They want to stop her before she redpills her almost 200 MILLION followers (22 million on Twitter & 157 million on Instagram).
The White House even contacted Nicki Minaj to “educate” her on appropriate thinking on vaccines for black people.
The White House has offered to arrange a phone call between Nicki Minaj and one of its doctors, multiple U.S. outlets reported, after the rapper sparked widespread derision over claims a cousin’s friend had become impotent after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine.
Minaj on Wednesday claimed she had been invited to the White House in the wake of her viral tweets about an unnamed acquaintance in her native Trinidad and Tobago — an invitation she said she accepted.
But a White House official told multiple U.S. outlets that Minaj had only been offered an educational phone call.
“As we have with others, we offered a call with Nicki Minaj and one of our doctors to answer questions she has about the safety and effectiveness of the vaccine,” the official said.
The Grammy-nominated rapper sparked a media storm Monday when she said she had skipped New York’s star-studded Met Gala this week due to its requirement that attendees be vaccinated, saying she would only get the shot once she had “done enough research.”
She said a friend of a cousin in Trinidad had experienced swollen testicles after getting the vaccine — claims that sparked a formal rebuttal from the Caribbean nation’s health minister.