Kyrie Irving Talks About Being Referenced By Kendrick Lamar Regarding His Stance on Vaccines

Kyrie Irving has spoken out about being referenced in Kendrick Lamar’s latest album related to his anti-vaccine views.

During the global efforts to combat COVID-19 with the availability of vaccines, a segment of the population chose not to adhere to scientific recommendations for various reasons, such as fear, religious beliefs, or trust in their immune systems. Kyrie Irving found himself in the spotlight as one of the prominent figures associated with anti-vaccine sentiments, despite his reluctance to be portrayed as a spokesperson for such views. Despite facing financial losses and distancing himself from his team, the Nets player stood firm in his position.

Kyrie Irving Shares his Reaction to Kendrick Lamar’s Mention

In Kendrick Lamar’s most recent album Mr. Morale and The Big Steppers, the artist delves into personal reflections on life, including addressing the topics of vaccines, COVID-19, and raising questions about Kyrie Irving’s standpoint on these issues in the track “Savior.”

Seen a Christian say the vaccine mark of the beast
Then he caught COVID and prayed the Pfizer for relief
Then I caught COVID and started to question Kyrie
Will I stay organic or hurt in this bed for two weeks? (You really wanna know?)

Kyrie Irving, who is typically private, made a public appearance at the 2022 BET Awards where he acknowledged Kendrick’s lyrics as a form of artistic expression. He expressed that he had not yet had the opportunity to discuss the song directly with the rapper.

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