Tuck Calls Nicki Minaj’s Swollen Testicle Vaccine Tweet “Sensible”

  • Tucker Carlson touted Nicki Minaj’s comments about the covid-19 vaccines causing swollen testicles on his show Monday.
  • Carlson began his remarks with: “So Nicki Minaj is a huge rap artist. Not sure there’s much overlap between her audience and this one, but our producers assure us she’s one of the biggest in the world.”
  • Tuck read her tweet about wanting to do more research after a friend of her cousin’s got swollen testicles from the vaccine and then exclaimed, “seems sensible.”

Josh Feldman from Mediaite writes:

Tucker Carlson took a moment during his Monday night show to tout Nicki Minaj’s comments about the covid-19 vaccines.

Minaj said earlier Monday that she isn’t vaccinated yet, that she will get vaccinated after doing “research,” and that others should get the vaccine so they can work and provide for their families. But she also spread a dubious claim about side effects of the vaccine and was roundly criticized for it.

Carlson started off by remarking, “So Nicki Minaj is a huge rap artist. Not sure there’s much overlap between her audience and this one, but our producers assure us she’s one of the biggest in the world.”

He then proceeded to read aloud her tweet about doing more research and her tweet claiming that a friend of her cousin’s got swollen testicles after being vaccinated. There is no evidence this is a side effect of the vaccines.

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