Meghan McCain is weighing in on Nicki Minaj‘s COVID vaccine feedback.
On Monday, Sept. 13, the rapper confirmed to followers that she would not be in attendance for this yr’s occasion, citing the occasion’s well being necessities. “They need you to get vaccinated for the Met, if I get vaccinated it will not [be] for the Met,” she tweeted. “It’s going to be as soon as I really feel I’ve finished sufficient analysis. I am engaged on that now. Within the meantime, my loves, be protected. Put on the masks with 2 strings that grips your head & face. Not that unfastened one.”
The “Anaconda” artist went on to say that her cousin’s good friend “grew to become impotent” after getting the vaccine. Quickly after Nicki’s tweets went viral, the previous co-host of The View replied, “That is fully sufficient web for at present.” To which Nicki fired again, “Eat s–t, you.”
Meghan, the daughter of the late John McCain, then referred to as Nicki’s tweets “irresponsible.” As she explained, “You might have an infinite platform and have simply unfold unimaginable vaccine hesitancy to your followers. Not solely is it deeply irresponsible, it is rather unhappy.”