A few weeks ago, Nicki Minaj had social media on fire after comments she made about the COVID-19 vaccine. She initially said on her Twitter feed, how she was unvaccinated, and wouldn’t change that, for the Met Gala.
“They want you to get vaccinated for the Met,” said Nicki, earlier this month. if I get vaccinated it won’t for the Met. It’ll be once I feel I’ve done enough research. I’m working on that now. In the meantime my loves, be safe. Wear the mask with 2 strings that grips your head & face. Not that loose one.”
Nicki Claim Her Cousin’s Friend Suffered Swollen Testicles From Vaccine
Another outlandish claim that Nicki put out on Twitter, was how her cousin’s friend’s testicles were swollen, due to supposedly taking a COVID-19. This ended up being debunked by officials in his home country, of Trinidad & Tobago.
Joe Rogan Reveals That He Invited Nicki On His Podcast, After Her Comments
In Rogan’s recent Spotify podcast, Patrick Bet-David was his guest. There, Pet-David claimed that Minaj would be a good guest on the show, and asked if Rogan reached out to her. Rogan confirmed that he did, but didn’t reveal if she accepted the offer or not.
“No, I’ve reached out to Nicki, though. I want to talk about her cousin’s testicles,” Rogan replied with a laugh. “I like her. I mean, obviously, she’s a very talented artist.”
Rogan’s podcast has emerged as one of the most popular ones in the world, so Minaj appearing on this platform would definitely be fitting. In the aftermath of her vaccine comments, people would definitely like to hear how she feels about this topic, at this point.
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Nicki Returned To Social Media In May
Earlier this year, Nicki Minaj took a two-month hiatus from social media, with many wondering when that would end. That time came in early May when she dropped several photos of Instagram, where social media went crazy, over her pink Crocs. At the time, Minaj also revealed that new music would be out that week.
That would go on to be her rereleasing her classic 2009 “Beam Me Up Scotty mixtape, on streaming outlets. Several new songs were included as well, such as “Fractions” and “Seeing Green,” featuring Lil Wayne and Drake. Since that week, Minaj has remained very consistent on social media, and engages frequently with fans, as evident with the COVID-19 vaccine controversy tweets, this month.
Nicki also revealed back in May, that she can’t wait to share her upcoming fifth studio album with her fans, but at this point, there is still no timetable of when it’ll be released, and there isn’t an official title for it, either.