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Twitter says Nicki Minaj’s post about vaccines causing erectile dysfunction does not break their rules

Twitter says Nicki Minaj’s post about vaccines causing erectile dysfunction does not break their rules

Nicki Minaj’s post tying the Covid-19 vaccines to erectile problems did not violate any of Twitter’s disinformation policies, according to the company.

Minaj claimed in a tweet that a cousin’s friend had “turned impotent” after having a vaccine, and that her cousin now refuses to be vaccinated.

“His testicles swelled,” the rapper and singer said. His friend was set to marry in a few weeks, but the girl decided to call off the wedding. So just pray about it and make sure you’re not being intimidated by your decision.”

There is no evidence that any of the licensed Covid vaccinations cause reproductive difficulties.

Twitter has stated that Minaj’s post does not violate its guidelines because it is a “personal anecdote” rather than a “claim of fact.”

Minaj also stated that she has not yet been vaccinated, but that she will most likely do so in order to tour.

Minaj has also reportedly parted ways with her manager, Irving Azoff, according to Variety. Azoff is a well-known personality in the music industry, representing clients like Harry Styles, Gwen Stefani, and The Eagles.

Minaj joined with Azoff in 2018 following a public spat with the entrepreneur. He was accused of attempting to destroy her tour, she claimed.

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