Nicki Minaj Shares Tucker Carlson Clip Suggesting Elites Are Mad Because She Supports Medical Freedom


American rap artist Nicki Minaj recently tweeted in support of medical freedom, explaining that someone she knows became “impotent” after taking one of the controversial COVID-19 vaccines and then urging her followers to pray and weigh the benefits of getting vaccinated. In response, globalist media outlets became enraged at the star, with only Tucker Carlson and other pro-freedom outlets defending her. Today, Minaj shared a clip of Carlson’s show, in which he explained that what truly enraged the medical and political elite was that Minaj urged her followers to make their own decision.

Minaj originally tweeted, “My cousin in Trinidad won’t get the vaccine cuz his friend got it & became impotent. His testicles became swollen.” She added, “His friend was weeks away from getting married, now the girl called off the wedding. So just pray on it & make sure you’re comfortable with [your] decision, not bullied.”

“It’s not anything to do with the physical effect of the vaccine that makes our political class mad, it’s the last part of Nicki Minaj’s tweet that enrages them,” Carlson explained recently on his show. Instead, it’s “the part where she says you should pray on it, make the decision yourself, like a free human being, and quote, ‘Don’t be bullied.’”

He added, “So our media and public health officials didn’t like this because they make their living bullying people. They couldn’t let it stand.” Minaj uploaded the video to her Twitter account accompanied with a bullseye expressing her support for Carlson’s sentiments.

Minaj later tweeted in defense of sharing the Carlson clip, noting that Joy Reid “lied on me & made [people] attack me. But I can’t quote this man who did the opposite,” before calling detractors “Brain dead.”

Minaj faced push back from elite members of the entertainment industry and political pundits alike. Meghan McCain, the daughter of deceased U.S. Senator John McCain, expressed outrage at Minaj’s endorsement of medical freedom, only for Minaj to deftly tell McCain to “eat sh*t” in response.

Minaj was also singled out by MSNBC’s Joy Reid, who Minaj called “a lying homophobic coon” and added, “I guess I can join the reindeer games too right? People can go on TV & lie on me, I can report on them, too right?” She added, “Doesn’t have to be truths. It can be half truths.”

Many of Minaj’s fans were happy to see Carlson defend the rapper, but upset that seemingly the only person on a major network to defend Minaj was a Fox News personality. One Minaj fan account wrote, “I don’t like Tucker Carlson but why he gotta be the one to spill here.” (READ MORE: Black Author Responds To Biden’s Vaccine Mandate: ‘You Ain’t My Pimp, N***a’)

Another defended Minaj’s decision to share the clip from Carlson against someone who suggested that Minaj must be wrong by the mere association. “They are speaking facts,” wrote the Minaj fan. “Regardless of whether you agree or not.”