Migos’ Offset Reveals Why He Doesn’t Trust The COVID-19 Vaccine
Offset, one of the rappers of the Atlanta rap group Migos, expressed his distrust of the COVID-19 vaccine and revealed the reasons for this.
The vaccine of COVID-19, which has affected the world for almost a year, has been produced by many countries and the vaccine will begin to be applied to humans soon. However, the number of those who do not trust the vaccine as well as the vaccine is quite high. One of them is Offset.
According to some claims, the coronavirus vaccine has caused some side effects on humans. One of them is photos of people with facial paralysis that went viral on the internet recently.
In a recent interview with TMZ, the Atlanta rapper expressed his doubts about the vaccine, citing distrust between the black community and medical professionals and politicians.
Here’s what he said:
“I don’t trust it though. A lot of the government shit, I don’t be thinking it’s for us.”
But Offset is not alone in not trusting the vaccine. Letitia Wright, the actress we know from her role as Shuri in the movie Black Panther, had expressed concern about the COVID-19 vaccine and was criticized by many people.
Letitia Wright received a lot of reaction from her Twitter followers by sharing a Youtube link questioning the reliability and safety of the COVID-19 vaccine.
After sharing the video, her followers flocked to the comment section and reacted to her. However, she also had fans who deserved her. Wright then posted a new tweet to answer the criticism and said that some things should be questioned.
Here’s what Letitia stated:
“If you don’t conform to popular opinions. but ask questions and think for yourself….you get cancelled.
My intention was not to hurt anyone, my ONLY intention of posting the video was it raised my concerns with what the vaccine contains and what we are putting in our bodies. Nothing else.”
Click here for the source of the statement.