Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul, who is known for his role as Jesse Pinkman in the legendary television series, reacted to the viral vaccine meme showing an unforgettable scene from the series.
Krysten Ritter, known as Jane, the lover of Aaron Paul in Breaking Bad, tagged Aaron Paul on Instagram Stories and posted the scene where they shot each other with heroin in the drama.
In this photo, which is among the most up-to-date viral memes, a playful approach to the coronavirus vaccine was made, and the scene where Jane shoots Jesse with heroin was integrated with the coronavirus vaccine.
Here’s what Krysten Ritter wrote:
“So many people have been sending me this.”
Aaron Paul shared his former co-star’s post on his Instagram Stories and showed his longing by writing the ‘miss you girl’ along with a lot of needles on the picture of the actress.
Here’s what Aaron Paul said:
“Miss you girl.”
As you know, the coronavirus vaccine was found and Americans have been getting inoculated. While the safety of the vaccine is still debated, politicians, celebrities, and many are trying to encourage people that the vaccine is safe.
A few weeks ago, President-elect Joe Biden received the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine for COVID-19 live on air to encourage Americans and showed them the vaccine is safe.
Several political leaders, including Vice President Mike Pence and House Spokesperson Nancy Pelosi, had previously received the Pfizer vaccine for COVID-19.
See the Instagram Stories photo below.