Kimmel Invents a Pretty Good COVID Vaccine Branding Approach (Video)

He also still wants to meet the Nicki Minaj swollen COVID vaccine testicles guy

“Let’s just call it- I think I just solved Covid,” Kimmel continued.

Then Kimmel moved on to the news that, after waiting 18 months, YouTube has finally decided to crack down on the spread of dangerous lies about COVID-19 and vaccines. And that’s how Kimmel got to the Nicki Minaj guy again.

“You know, YouTube is finally doing something to slow down the vaccine misinformation train,” he said. “They are removing – major anti-vaccine propagandists from the platform – to prevent them from continuing to spread false information. Better 18-months late than never, I guess.”

“So far YouTube has banned more than 133,000 videos – that contain covid misinformation. Which sounds like a lot of videos, but at least half of those were about Nicki Minaj’s cousin’s friend’s giant balls,” He continued.

“And where are those balls? I demand to see them. That’s a loose end that needs to be tied up,” Kimmel joked. We agree, by the way. 

Surely you remember the whole saga, but if not, long story short: On Sep. 13 Minaj announced she wouldn’t be going to the Met Gala because of the event’s vaccine requirement. Then after getting clowned by thousands online, she claimed that her cousin in Trinidad won’t get it because of his friend, the aforementioned man with swollen testicles. She continued to tweet through it, at one point falsely claiming she’d been suspended from Twitter. It was, uh, a lot.

Experts, by the way, unanimously say her story is false. COVID-19 vaccines do not cause side effects associated with common STDs.

Anyway back on Sep. 16, Kimmel invited Minaj and the — almost certainly not real — still unidentified man to appear on his show to clear the whole thing up. She didn’t accept alas. Maybe this time?

Kimmel also talked about the NBA’s problem of antivaxx players, and the congressional conservatorship hearings inspired by Britney Spears. You can watch the whole monologue above.

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