While widespread misinformation about the coronavirus vaccines spreads online, the scientific consensus on the jabs is that they are safe and effective. The post even drew criticism from “Iron Man” actor Don Cheadle, who described the video as “hot garbage” after Twitter users tagged him in several posts, beckoning him to respond. He later apologized for his comments. but i still won’t throw her away over it. Nothing else.— Letitia Wright (@letitiawright) December 4, 2020
Britain has become the first country in the West to approve a COVID-19 vaccine. And dangerous,” wrote Gay. “Jesus… the rest i’ll take off twitter. “I would never defend anybody posting this. However, its rapid release has raised eyebrows among many, including Dr. “Promoting anti-vaccine propaganda and shrouding it in intellectual curiosity is asinine. The actress, who starred alongside the late Chadwick Boseman in the blockbuster film “Black Panther,” shared an hourlong YouTube video with her 360,000 Twitter followers.In the video from On The Table, a discussion channel, host Tomi Arayomi voiced unsubstantiated claims about the dangers of taking vaccines.
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“I don’t understand vaccines medically, but I’ve always been a little bit of a skeptic of them,” Arayomi said, stating that he doesn’t know if he can trust a vaccine for coronavirus. First published on December 4, 2020 / 11:21 AM for rushing through the approval process. Trending News
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Wright told commenters she was just asking questions and responded to individual fans who denounced her sharing the clip. every time i stopped and listened, he and everything he said sounded crazy and fkkkd up,” Cheadle tweeted. just scrolled through. “Nothing else.”
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. But Wright, who currently stars in Steve McQueen’s “Small Axe,” stood by her comments saying her “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,” she said. but ask questions and think for yourself….you get cancelled.”By Friday morning, the original post with the link to the video had been taken down. “Just using my own mind to think – which I’m free to do,” the 27-year-old said in response to one user.Following the flood of criticism, Wright tweeted “if you don’t conform to popular opinions. hot garbage. “Black Panther” star Letitia Wright faces backlash after posting anti-vax video
By Chevaz Clarke
December 4, 2020 / 11:21 AM
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British-Guyanese actress Letitia Wright has been scolded by fans after sharing a controversial video Thursday with unsubstantiated claims about the coronavirus vaccine. At one point, he says those who decide to get vaccinated should “hope to God it doesn’t make extra limbs grow.”Wright immediately found herself in hot water with her fans, who condemned the star for using her platform to share misinformation. Stateside, the Food and Drug Administration is expected to grant emergency use authorization in the coming weeks for two separate vaccines from pharmaceutical firm Pfizer and biotech company Moderna. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, who criticized the U.K. had no idea.”Author and essayist Roxane Gay, who wrote the spin-off comic book “Black Panther: World of Wakanda,” also chimed into the heated Twitter thread. Promising results show that the vaccines expected to be released by the end of the year appear to be more than 90% effective in preventing COVID-19.