Earlier this week, Minaj faced a backlash after Minaj wrote a tweet saying that a friend of her cousin had become impotent from the vaccine.
Rose McGowan is backing Nicki Minaj to defend herself against Biden officials who dismissed her claim that she was invited to the White House for talks about vaccine hesitation.
Late Thursday, the actress-turned-activist took to Twitter to share her opinion on the matter and lauded the rapper for sticking to the “powerful elite.”
McGowan’s social media post read, “I stand with Nicki Minaj and everyone who is watching what’s going on. We both know the powerful elite and it’s possible you don’t know.”
“If you’re panicking because he said something you don’t believe, it’s most likely because you’re afraid to examine the idea too closely. Millionaires became billionaires, billionaires are billionaires now. Think. Q. Just because you want to believe what your cult leader says doesn’t make it fact,” McGowan concluded.
Nicki Minaj protests spark outside CDC headquarters
The former Charmed actress has been vocal about her own political views and how they have changed over the years. She joined earlier this week Granthshala Nation for a special two-part episode of ‘Tucker Carlson Today’ where he discusses growing up inside a self-described ‘cult’, dropping out of school at age 13 to pursue a film career, and revealing the truth about the Hollywood elite — including disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein Huh.
Sitting down with Carlson, the actress brushed off the idea, however, her desire to stand up against corruption, counterfeiting and the coordinated repression of wrongdoing began at a time when the media showed her interest.
“I’m rattling their cages because I had to train people in the media to hear me differently. Because if they just saw me as an actress, on the first day, it all wouldn’t work. Had to set. Domino Effect around the world. I wanted to show people that if you fight and are strategic and very smart about it, you can just cut off the head of rotten power, instead of chopping off ankles with a picket sign. can.”
Rose McGowan Reveals Hollywood Darkness, Her Experience in a Cult on ‘Tucker Carlson Today’
Minaj enters nationwide discussion COVID-19 By sharing your reservations about the vaccine. His comments prompted a group of his fans to launch a protest outside the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta on Wednesday, with a vocal supporter insisting, “We should all question this vaccine. “
The protesters – who were all wearing masks and medical gloves – chanted, “Nicki Minaj told me the truth! Fauci lied to me!” according to footage taken by WGCL-TV.
She also made waves by telling fans that her cousin’s friend in Trinidad experienced impotence and swollen testicles after receiving the coronavirus vaccine, a claim dismissed by many politicians and health officials.
Things changed when Minaj informed her millions of social media followers that she had been asked to go to the White House to discuss her hesitation. However, the Biden administration issued a statement clarifying that it had offered him a phone call to discuss coronavirus Vaccine hesitation, not personally.
“Do you think I’d be lying about being invited to the White House by going on the Internet? Like what? Do you guys see what’s going on right now?” Minaj said in a 14-minute video post on Instagram.
She claimed that her manager and publicist were on a call with the White House in which administration officials said “we would like to invite Nicki to come to the White House” Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy and Dr. Anthony Fauci.
She said she told White House officials she would not travel and suggested some sort of public or private “live” video on social media.
The White House was ready to do a “live” session, that said, But the table never traveled to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
Rapper Lil Wayne’s music label, Young Money Entertainment, also announced on social media, “We Will Stand Together, the rapper has received support on social media following this debacle. @Nicki Minaj All through.”
Granthshala News’ Bree Stimson, Breck Dumas and Lauryn Overhultz contributed to this report.