SJ - July 21, 2020
Lakers center Dwight Howard shared his thoughts on wearing masks and vaccines during a livestream from the NBA's Disney Bubble. He was snitched on for not wearing a mask in the bubble and called mask wearing "clickbait for a controversy."
Howard was asked during the livestream whether he believes in vaccines. Shocker, he does not. Obviously masks and vaccines are hot in the streets due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The topic of wearing or not wearing a mask amid the pandemic was also brought up during the stream and Howard shared that he doesn’t see the point in wearing a mask referring to masks as “clickbait for a controversy.”
“I didn’t know that the coronavirus be flying through the air looking for people,” Howard said.
Here is the clip from Dwight Howard’s Instagram Live saying he does not believe in vaccinations . pic.twitter.com/MJqV2UwieI
— Jacob Rude (@JacobRude) July 19, 2020
The pandemic has caused people to lose their damn minds. Everyone is an expert now and the news has pumped unnecessary fear into everyone's head.
With that said, vaccines do work. And masks do as well if you're unable to socially distance.
But does Howard need to wear a mask in the bubble where everyone is regularly tested and nobody in the bubble has the virus?
I'll let the experts on social media answer that question.