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Nicki Minaj Claims Social Media Platforms Shadow Banning Her


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Nicki Minaj told her fans on Instagram Live that she thinks certain social media outlets have shadow-banned her because of her comments about the COVID-19 vaccine.

The rap icon has a new single with Jesy Nelson for her debut with “Boyz,”. Nicki Minaj doing promotional work for the song took to Instagram Live on Monday, where she spoke with Nelson on various topics which included her thoughts about being shadow-banned from a few social media outlets because of her previous comments about the COVID-19 vaccine.
The leader of the “The Barbs” had a lot to say before she had Jesy Nelson join her on live, stating that she thinks she’s gotten in trouble with some of the social media higher-ups, who allegedly shadow-banned her because of comments she made about the COVID-19 vaccine last month.

“I think I’ve been shadow-banned on a couple social media outlets because of my comments about the [vaccine],” said Nicki to over a hundred thousand fans who watched her Live.

Some fans have pointed out that they haven’t been getting notifications for her posts on Twitter, where she initially went on her rant about how a friend of her cousin in Trinidad allegedly got swollen testicles after taking the vaccine. The media and critics went at Mina claiming she was causing misinformation about the vaccine. Dr. Anthony Fauci, the Trinidad & Tobago Health Department took to the world stage to debunk her claims.



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During her conversation with Jesy Nelson, the two spoke about their new collaboration and played a game of “F*ck, Marry, Kill,” during which Nelson chose to sleep with Leonardo DiCaprio, marry Justin Timberlake, and kill Justin Bieber, despite her not wanting to kill any of the three.

Check out Nicki’s comments about possibly being shadow-banned below.