Kyrie Irving is one of the best basketball players in the NBA today, but in recent times he has been immersed in different controversies. This time, he questioned vaccination against Covid-19 and He pointed out that behind the tool to combat the Coronavirus there was a satanic plan with a racial focus.
According to the Rolling Stone magazine article, the Brooklyn Nets player shared different publications against vaccination on his social networks and recently began to follow and like a theorist who affirms a strange theory.to. According to this user, the “secret societies” are implanting vaccines in a plot to connect black people with a master computer for “a plan of Satan”.
Kyrie Irving does not want to be vaccinated and assures that there is a satanic plan
Lately, this disinformation campaign began to circulate, alleging that supposedly they would seek to insert chips into vaccines in order to control people and the vice president on the executive committee of the players’ union seems to believe in this idea.
Irving, is among the players of the NBA who have not yet been vaccinated and this could complicate their participation in the competition. The authorities of some cities of The United States made the decision to make inoculation mandatory in order to attend certain indoor events, and that is up to NBA games and several of its franchises will have to adapt. Thus, if Irving remains in this position, he will not be able to play in New York.
That is why if you want to participate you will have to get vaccinated or get an extension that allows you not to. According to ESPN, if he did not play, he would lose $ 360,000 in salary for each game he is absent from, according to ESPN.
There are 90% of players vaccinated in the NBA
The vaccination system advanced in a considerate way in American professional sports, so much so that, in the last hours, lhe prestigious league confirmed that 90% of the players are already vaccinated. However, the remaining portion is already beginning to be alarmed by the sporting and economic consequences that they will carry if they do not undergo the immune process.
In addition to Kyrie Irving, Andrew Wiggins of the Warriors also spoke out against vaccination and at the time said: “Whoever wants to get vaccinated, get vaccinated; and whoever doesn’t want to, don’t get vaccinated. I make my decisions. and I decided not to get vaccinated and I don’t see myself doing it unless I am forced to in some way. “