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Rapper Nicki Minaj's Impotence Vaccine Claims Debunked

The rapper is facing backlash following a tweet in which she questioned the safety of COVID-19 vaccines. She alleged that her cousin's friend in Trinidad had "swollen testicles" after receiving their vaccination. U.S. and U.K. coronavirus experts have condemned Nicki Minaj's claims, and Trinidad's health ministry said there's "no reported such side effects." Here's what you need to know about the COVID-19 vaccines, the latest virus misinformation and other celebrities caught spreading it.

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    Rap artist Nicki Minaj faces backlash after tweeting inaccurate information about Covid vaccines

    Rap artist Nicki Minaj faces backlash after tweeting inaccurate information about Covid vaccines

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    CNBC - Robert Towey

    Nicki Minaj faced public backlash after tweeting that a friend of her cousin developed swollen testicles and impotence after getting vaccinated …

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