Nicki Minaj doesn’t need any introductions as far as being one of the top female rappers in the Hip-Hop world is concerned. She is not a stranger to various accolades over the years. Minaj can also trend on social media whenever she feels like it.

In spite of all her popularity, that doesn’t make her immune to becoming a subject of controversy from time to time. She recently tweeted a very controversial narrative when it came to COVID-19 vaccines.

Due to this, she was buried by the Minister of Health for Trinidad and Tobago. Minaj claimed that she was in ‘Twitter jail’ after the site banned her for her remarks regarding the COVID-19 vaccines.

On top of that, she also claimed that she declined an invitation from the White House to speak to Dr. Fauci. It seems both of her claims were recently debunked from the looks of it.

A Twitter spokesperson sent XXL Magazine a statement where they denied suspending Nicki Minaj’s Twitter account, debunking her claim.

“Twitter did not take any enforcement action on the account referenced.

According to a report by Mediaite, a White House spokesperson told the outlet that it had offered to speak with Nicki via phone and subsequently denied claims that she was invited to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue to talk about her vaccine hesitancy.

“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,”

It seems Nicki Minaj’s lies were exposed from the looks of it and we certainly hope she will stop spreading lies to increase her clout as it does no one any favors.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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