White House Offers To Talk To Nicki Minaj About Vaccines

White House Offers Nicki Minaj A Call Not A Visit

This invitation started because of the rapper’s claims about COVID-19 vaccines and why she was not going to get one for now.

Press secretary Jen Psaki acknowledged Thursday that the Biden administration has presented to clarify and set up a call for Nicki Minaj about the security and viability of the COVID-19 antibody after she said she needed to accomplish more thorough research on immunizations prior to getting one.

Photo of the Remarkables mountain range in Queenstown, New Zealand.

“As we have with others, we offered a call with Nicki Minaj and one of our doctors to answer questions she has about the safety and effectiveness of the vaccine,” said a White House official. “This is pretty standard and something we do all the time.”

Nicki Minaj tweeted on Wednesday that she had been “invited” to the chief manor, yet Psaki said that it was only a “very early stage call at a staff level, staff to staff…” and that they are “not even at the point of discussing… the mechanisms or the format or anything along those lines, it was simply an offer to have a conversation and an early-stage call.”

When inquired as to whether Minaj would acknowledge the proposition, Psaki reacted, “We’ll see. I don’t have anything to predict for you.”

Another inquiry was raised and it’s with regards to what obligation they think somebody like Nicki Minaj ought to have when it comes to discussing the immunization, “Our hope is that anyone who has a big platform is going to project accurate information about the effectiveness of the vaccine, the safety of the vaccine and the availability of the vaccine.”

Psaki told journalists how they perceive individuals who have inquiries out there that need to have replies by their primary care physicians, “We have doctors who can answer questions, and this is something, again, in our outreach to celebrities, if follows a pretty standard process.”

“Our officials who are working on these issues and engage in regular conversations, offer to answer questions, offer to do that privately sometimes, sometimes it’s done publicly. And I would say that if we believed that everybody who had skepticism about the vaccine wasn’t someone we should engage with or talk to, we wouldn’t have made the progress we’ve made.”

Photo of the Remarkables mountain range in Queenstown, New Zealand.
This all begun when Nicki Minaj revealed to her 22.7 million followers on Twitter that she had not been able to finish sufficient research of her own on the COVID-19 immunizations to get one on schedule for the Met Gala.
The rapper later asserted that the antibodies cause feebleness as she shared an unsubstantiated anecdote about a companion of her cousin in Trinidad becoming barren subsequent to having a COVID-19 shot.

Reactions to White House Offers To Talk To Nicki Minaj About Vaccines

Girl you done got the White House calling u, they trying to take you out now for going against their efforts

@TheKid_Scoop

Okay so Nicki wasn’t lying. “This is not a point of tension…it was early stage talks” — Jen Psaki

@dilemmv

how did we get here miss minaj

@zachtingz

Lmfao then how the person said she was a liar? 🤣🤣😭 omg

@kekeyatana

But I thought my sis was lying??? I thought she was embarrassed???

@byronxbad

Why are we talking about Nicki…

@StarBoyGersh

Nicki shook the tables with this

@chamberminaj1

i’m sorry, this is icon shit

@icarusrisings

Lmao this just all tew much

@_SimplyPri

And they better make the call live for everyone to see

@LamourRaven

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