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International rapper Nicki Minaj sparked a lot of controversy and excitement after she posted tweets claiming that vaccines against the Corona virus cause impotence and reproductive problems in men and women, prompting the chief infectious disease expert in the United States, Anthony Fauci, to respond. According to the channel,CBS NewsNewsletter.

And Minaj had warned in one of the tweets she posted a few days ago that vaccinations may cause impotence and swelling in the testicles, saying that this is what happened with one of her relatives in a country, Trinidad and Tobago, located in the southern Caribbean Sea.

The 38-year-old singer followed that tweet with another in which she said that vaccinations may also cause problems in the issue of reproduction in both sexes, noting that she will miss her next concert to take care of her young child, who was born last September, and not due to vaccination demands.

In an interview with “CNN”, Fauci was asked whether Corona vaccines could cause any reproductive problems in men or women, to reply: “The answer to that is no resounding,” adding: “There is no evidence of this happening.”

And he added, “There is a lot of false information, and most of it is spread on social media, and the only way we know to counter false and misleading statements is to provide a lot of correct information to expose these kinds of allegations that she (Minaj) may have said innocently… and I don’t blame her for any Something, but you should think twice about publishing completely baseless information.”

For his part, Terrence Dialsingh, the Minister of Health in Trinidad and Tobago, attacked the rap star, and said that the “false” post, and pointed out that his ministry had received a “flood of questions” about Minaj’s allegations, and that the ministry had to review its data and see reliable sources to conclude in the end that he No case of side effects due to corona vaccines has been recorded in the whole world that are related to the effect on reproductive ability.

The minister accused the rap star of wasting his ministry’s time.

On the other hand, Minaj later confirmed that she is not against vaccinations and that she will likely be vaccinated after publishing more research on her and before she begins new tours.

“I know it, my dear, too many countries don’t allow people to work without being vaccinated,” she wrote on Twitter in response to a fan who claimed he was forced to get vaccinated to go to work.

“I would recommend them to get vaccinated, because they have to work to feed their families. I’m sure I’ll get vaccinated too because I’m going on tour,” she added.

Minaj also paid tribute to a fan who received the vaccine and did not experience any side effects: “Wow, honey…that’s the norm.”





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