Stephen Marbury has risen to the plate as the next clues Athlete Kiri Irving supports.
This week, the Brooklyn Net announced that Irving would not be allowed to play any games until he was vaccinated. Obviously everyone has an opinion on this and Marbario is no exception.
Apparently, the local Marbury from Brooklyn, who played three seasons for the then New Jersey Nets, did not verify the veracity of his announcement in support of Irving. If Marbury had only invested two minutes (if not less) in a Google search, he would have known how Muhammad Ali felt about the vaccine. Steff though all right, we got you.
It took me about 30 seconds of my day to find this Twitter post. If celebrities, celebrities and athletes like Marbury continue to promote this kind of unrealistic propaganda, we will never see the end of this epidemic. Many people are following the advice of the internet and not doctors and scientists. All Marbari had to do was take a few seconds to check and see if there was any literature or video PSA about how Ali felt about vaccination. I know Marbury has struggled with mental health issues, but it’s irresponsible.
Kiri preferred to sit outside without vaccination Whatever the reason. It is unbelievable how many adults do not understand how their “personal preferences” in this particular case can influence others in extremely negative ways. And that group still thinks it’s all a big hoax – please come back to reality. How many more lives will have to be lost to drown? We are already at 700,000 in the United States alone in this epidemic.
I’m sure Marbury Minnesota Timberwolves star Carl Anthony could reach out to Towns on how the vaccine affects real people every day. During this epidemic, Towns lost more than one loved one in Covid-1 to. But no, Marbari doesn’t do that, as he doesn’t take a minute or two, try to find out Ali’s feelings about the subject. I think he was very busy. It must have been V.aseline.