Kyrie Irving’s Vaccine Theory is absolutely out there.
Kyrie Irving thinks a little differently than most. Long before his stance on vaccines, Kyrie became famous for being a flat earth theory guy. That’s exactly how it sounds, Kyrie doesn’t believe the earth is round. Enough said. But wait, there’s more. Now the latest bizarre theory has Kyrie making his flat earth theory looking pretty tame.
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According to Rolling Stone, Irving thinks the vaccine is a plot to link Black people to Satan.
“There are so many other players outside of him who are opting out, I would like to think they would make a way,” says Kyrie’s aunt, Tyki Irving, who runs the seven-time All-Star’s family foundation and is one of the few people in his regular circle of advisors. “It could be like every third game. So it still gives you a full season of being interactive and being on the court, but with the limitations that they’re, of course, oppressing upon you. There can be some sort of formula where the NBA and the players can come to some sort of agreement.”
“Irving, who serves as a vice president on the executive committee of the players’ union, recently started following and liking Instagram posts from a conspiracy theorist who claims that “secret societies” are implanting vaccines in a plot to connect Black people to a master computer for “a plan of Satan.” This Moderna microchip misinformation campaign has spread across multiple NBA locker rooms and group chats, according to several of the dozen-plus current players, Hall-of-Famers, league executives, arena workers and virologists interviewed for this story over the past week.”
Conspiracy theories in the locker room. Mask police in the arena. Superstars trying to avoid the shot. After bringing back the culture from Covid, The NBA confronts its own civil war https://t.co/iNWfCQFLOf
— Rolling Stone (@RollingStone) September 26, 2021
The Brooklyn Nets superstar could lose nearly half a million dollars per game due to his conspiracy theory involving vaccines.
NO conspiracy theory is worth that much.
Kyrie needs to love basketball more than he loves being a conspiracy theory nutjob.