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Nicki Minaj Says She Was Locked Out Of Twitter Over Vaccine Comments

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Nicki Minaj says that she was locked out of her Twitter account.

FTR: Twitter is denying that she is suspended.

Earlier this week, Nicki was attacked by liberals like Joy Reid and Meghan McCain for telling people not be pressured into getting vaccinated — but FOX's Tucker Carlson defended her.

The rapper shared the clip of Carlson’s defense and liberals claimed she was siding with “racists.”

Nicki refused to back down and apologize for sharing the clip.

When someone tweeted at her saying, “you know he’s a white nationalist, right?” she fired right back.

She tweeted, “Right. I can’t speak to, agree with, even look at someone from a particular political party. Ppl aren’t human any more. If you’re black & a Democrat tells u to shove marbles up ur ass, you simply have to. If another party tells u to look out for that bus, stand there & get hit."

Nicki responded to another person claiming the Fox News host is a “racist,” by saying “the black woman lied on me & made ppl attack me. But I can’t quote this man who did the opposite. Okay. F-CK HIM. YASSSSSSSWOOHOOOOOOOOOO happy now? Brain dead”

"You know how many US Presidents were white supremacists? Oh please. Just stay on topic. Y’all can’t do that. The topic is: asking questions is OK. but let’s make the topic: Nicki talks to white racists so that you can all sleep better tonight. Dummies."

Shortly after defending speaking to Republicans, Nicki took to Instagram claiming that Twitter had locked her out of her account.

Nicki opened by discussing going to China and being told that she was not allowed to speak out against their leaders — and warned that the same is happening here.

Source: E!

Photo Credit: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images.

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