Fans are agreeing with Blac Chyna after the model was filmed yelling in an airport about the COVID-19 vaccine. In the now-viral clip filmed at the Miami International Airport, Blac Chyna can be heard yelling at fellow airport travelers to get vaccinated against the disease.
“Go get the shot. Take the shot every 10 years. The same shit that you have to do to enroll your kids [in school],” she continued. “… This is why people’s grandparents are dying and shit. My grandmama been dead.”
It’s unclear who Blac Chyna’s rant, which also included comments about abortion and her Washington, D.C. roots; was aimed toward. According to TMZ, the footage began after a female fan approached Blac Chyna with her baby and asked to take a picture with her. Fans have speculated that the woman may have been unvaccinated because Blac Chyna could be heard yelling at her, “Go get vaccinated and stop being stupid, hoe!”
The bizarre clip began trending on Twitter on Tuesday (Oct. 12), but many fans came to Blac Chyna’s defense and supported her message about the vaccine.
“Blac Chyna out here doing Fauci work about the vaccine in our airports. You love to see it,” one person wrote.
“Blac Chyna being the most sensible Botox baddie was not on my 2021 bingo card,” another tweeted.
“The CDC enlists Blac Chyna to bring vaccine awareness to patrons at a national airport,” a third person joked.
Blac Chyna received her own COVID-19 vaccination shot earlier this year and documented the experience on Instagram Live. So far, she has not said anything publicly about her airport rant.
See the video of Blac Chyna and fan reactions on Twitter below.
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