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Minaj encouraged her fans to leave any vaccine questions in her comments so can can ask them "in real time with full transparency" during her visit.
While breakthrough COVID-19 infections can occur, vaccines are very effective in staving on serious illness and death.
Colbert's remix parodies Minaj's "Super Bass" with lyrics about her claim that a friend of her cousin "became impotent" after taking the vaccine.
Hours before the Met Gala on Monday, Nicki Minaj tweeted that she would not be in attendance due to the event's vaccine requirement. Minaj said she would get vaccinated once she "feels [she's] done enough research" advising her Barbz to "wear the mask with 2 strings that grips your head & face.
The group chanted "down with the CDC, Fauci lies to me" after a man yelled "Nicki Minaj said I'm not going to take your vaccine."
Doctors say there's no data that supports the claim that COVID-19 vaccines affect fertility or the health of pregnancies.
A mom captured her husband's heartwarming reaction to holding their baby boy for the first time, and TikTok is swooning!. TikToker Sarah Beeston (@sarbeeston) gained over 13 million views when she posted the touching footage to her account. In the video, Sarah's husband gently holds his newborn son, with a look of pure shock and awe written across his face. Seemingly in a daze, Dad walks over to the bed and gingerly sits down, his eyes never leaving his baby's face. Gently, he kisses the baby's face — then beams into the camera, "He's so cute!". Sarah's family and their sweet videos are spreading love around the world — something we could definitely never have enough of
"The one time that you can watch your husband fall in love with someone else and be ok with it..."
This picture is so, so sweet!
The "Sex and the City" actress gave her Instagram followers a glimpse of son James Wilkie and twins Marion and Tabitha in a sweet back-to-school post.
This TikTok parent shared what it was like to realize she might be pregnant again just weeks after giving birth. Abbie Herbert (@abbieherbert_) is a mom, wife, and model who shares videos of her family on TikTok. The new mom shared a video, which racked up an amazing 8.8 million views and counting, about what it was like to realize she could be pregnant again so soon after giving birth. In the video, Abbie plays both herself in the present day and her past “pregnant self” . She has a conversation with her pregnant self about her new baby, that quickly morphs into a conversation about whether or not Abbie could be pregnant again. “So, we got back on birth control, right?” she continues. An embarrassed look crosses present Abbie’s face as she replies, “No… No, we didn’t”. “So have we had another period this month?” she asks, innocently. she shakes her head. “No,” she replies. “We are actually 4 weeks late” . In a follow-up video, Abbie took a pregnancy test which revealed that she was not, in fact, pregnant. viewers popped into the comments section of the follow-up video to share their advice. “When it’s your time, it’ll be your time again! Don’t rush. Enjoy your baby!” one viewer commented
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