n ex-World Wrestling Entertainment star, the cousin of Dwayne, ‘’The Rock’’ Johnson, confirmed she got fired for not taking the COVID-19.
WWE fired Nia Jax, whose real name is Lina Fanene, in November 2021, but she revealed what provoked her to be dismissed for the first time on February 1.
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“I stood my ground on certain things that I know they weren’t happy about,” Jax told Renee Paquette.
“Yes, I was choosing not to go and get the vaccine, and it was a personal choice, and I remember sitting down with [WWE Chairman Vince McMahon],” Jax said.
“The whole entire two years I was there, we were tested every day. I never popped positive. I never had COVID the whole time,” she continued.
“I didn’t feel comfortable at times because I had two cousins that have injuries [from the jabs].”
Jax also said her grandma “recently passed from it,” and she “just didn’t feel comfortable.”
She stated that other WWE employees were fired because they refused the jab.
“I just didn’t feel comfortable, and [WWE executives] they made their decision, and that’s totally fine’’, she said.
“I made the decision for myself, and I stood my ground. I stood by how I felt. I always go by my gut feeling. If it doesn’t feel right in my stomach, I just can’t force myself to do something I don’t feel good with,” she continued.
“That’s just how I’ve lived my entire life.”
Vince McMahon controls the decision to fire Janene for her vaccine choice, and that’s surprising! Other shareholders in WWE include investment giant Vanguard Group, Morgan Stanley, and Blackrock.
Jax stated that there were many people in professional sports with fake vaccination cards.
“I know a lot of people in many professional sports that just paid & got a real card from a doctor,” she shared on Twitter.
Hahaha! I stand by that too. Honey, if you really think that all your favorites don’t feel the same as I do, you’re sadly mistaken. I know a lot of people in many professional sports that just paid & got a real card from a doctor..sooooo https://t.co/CG8PC7cQHJ
— Lina Fanene (@LinaFanene) February 4, 2022
The safety of the C-19 shots is the main concern for many people. There have been more than 850,000 side effects of the vaccines until October 2021, and more than 8,000 deaths and 52,000 serious injuries.
The FDA’s list of adverse reactions for the C-19 shots is Guillain Barré Syndrome, heart inflammation, also known as myocarditis, and fatal thrombotic events.