Nicki Minaj said CNN and the Media in Trinidad threatened her family after her cousin’s friend told her about the ‘possible’ side effect of the vaccine on Twitter!
Nicki Minaj ‘swollen testicles’ Myth Continues
Nicki is really angry this time. The US rapper revealed to his Instagram Stories on Friday that two reporters tried to catch him after his cousin claimed that his friend had swollen testicles from the Covid vaccine.
Minaj was invited to the coveted fashion event, but to attend, guests had to get the pin. That’s why joining was a problem.
The 38-year-old star claimed that two journalists, one from the Trinidad Guardian and the other from the Daily Mail, had tried to contact her “friend’s cousin” since she explained the reason for her vaccine rejection. According to the US site The Daily Beast, Minaj posted screenshots of Sharlene Rampersad reaching out to one of Minaj’s family on behalf of the Trinidad Guardian about the allegations, describing the texts as harassment.
Some of the texts allegedly sent by the reporter every few hours were as follows:
“Hello good day.”
“My name is Sharlene Rampersad, I’m a reporter at Guardian Media.”
“I was hoping to talk to you for an article.”
“Is this possible?”
“Is that the person your friend Nicki mentioned in her tweet?
The next day, the reporter allegedly sent more messages saying “CNN is looking for you in the country”.
“And when they find you, they won’t hesitate to reveal where you live or where your lover lives… everything and everyone connected to you.
“If you talk to me, we won’t reveal these details.”
As a result of all these events, there was a great reaction to the journalist by Nicki Minaj and her fans, and it continues.
Guardian Media Limited prompted the CNC3 reporter to issue a statement denouncing the “intimidation of journalists” after the CNC3 reporter suffered “a series of attacks via social media, including death threats.”
CNC3’s news gathering editor Khamal Georges reads official statement on the Nicki Minaj fiasco during the station’s 7 pm newscast.
“It is unacceptable.” pic.twitter.com/GQ5A2tIWfB
— Narissa Fraser (@rhopico) September 17, 2021
Khamal Georges Talks About This “Nicki Minaj and the Journalist Events”
During the 7 p.m. newscast, CNC3’s newsgathering editor, Khamal Georges, read the company’s official statement.
“Today, in the legitimate pursuit of a story with both local and international interests, one of our journalists was subjected to various attacks, including death threats, on social media.
“This is unacceptable and we have taken all measures within our control to ensure his safety and security.
“At Guardian Media Ltd., we condemn any form of intimidation of journalists. Balanced reporting that presents all viewpoints is essential to the democratic process and we will continue to vigorously defend freedom of the press.”
The statement continued: “Using aggression to intimidate on social media can have negative physical and psychological effects on people. As a responsible media organisation, we encourage others to stand up to this type of behavior as we can all make a difference in addressing this global challenge posed by the pervasive nature of social media.”
Minaj has not yet responded.
There is no evidence that any Covid-19 vaccine causes fertility problems. Speaking to Sunrise Wednesday morning, infectious disease and vaccine expert Professor Robert Booy denied claims that the vaccine could affect fertility.
“Millions of American women (got vaccinated) and got pregnant and became pregnant safely,” he said.
“There is no deterioration in the children of vaccinated mothers.
“She (Minaj) is a new mom but she’s not helping with that.”
Minaj has never said she is against vaccination, and has previously told her followers: “(I’m going to get vaccinated) When I feel like I’ve done enough research. I’m working on that now.”
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