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Nicki Minaj launched into an expletive-filled rant on Instagram on Wednesday, after being accused of lying about being invited to the White House.

Nicki caused liberals' heads to explode on Twitter.com on Wednesday, after she retweeted a video of Fox News host Tucker Carlson defending her decision to challenge the vaccine mandates.

In a series of tweets on Tuesday, Nicki said she skipped the Met Gala on Monday because she is unvaccinated and she wanted to do more research about natural immunity.

The mom-of-one was criticized for doing independent research and making her own health decisions without their input.

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Nicki lashed out at her followers who called Carlson a "white supremacist."

The rapper told Twitter followers that she'd been invited to the White House to discuss her concerns about side effects of the Covid-19 vaccination with top health officials.

Nicki, who recently suggested the vaccine can lead to impotency and swollen testicles, wrote on Twitter:

"The White House has invited me & I think it's a step in the right direction. Yes, I'm going. I'll be dressed in all pink like Legally Blonde so they know I mean business. I'll ask questions on behalf of the ppl who have been made fun of for simply being human."

The rapper subsequently asked her Twitter followers to send their questions and concerns to her, so she can relay them to health officials.

In response to one post from a fan, she wrote:

"I'm doing it, babe. If you guys have questions you'd like me to ask, leave in the comments. You'll see it in real time with full transparency."

However, a White House official debunked Nicki's claim, and told NBC News that the "Starships" rapper had only been "offered" a call to discuss questions about "the safety and effectiveness" of the vaccine.

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Nicki hit back in a video posted to her Instagram page - after alleging she had been banned from Twitter due to her controversial posts about the vaccine.

She told her followers:

"Let me ask y'all something. In the 10, 12, 13 years, however many years you guys have known of me. Do y'all think that I would go on the Internet and lie about being invited to the f**king White House? Like, what? Do you guys see what is happening right now? Oh my goodness!"

She alleged that the call from the White House was genuine, and her manager was present when she took the call.

She claimed that she was invited to attend a meeting with Dr. Anthony Fauci, the Chief Medical Advisor to the U.S. President, but was also told she could do a live chat if she preferred.

"It's disgusting that a person can't speak about just questions or thoughts they're having about something they're gonna have to put in their body - that this attack is this hateful and purposeful. Y'all saying all this s**t on the internet wouldn't make a f**king peep in real life to these artists that you tweet and comment every f**king day."

Nicki added:

"We're living in a place without free health care. So anybody in this country has the right to question anything about their health because if your health matters that f**king much there would be free f**king health care, bozos."

The "Bang Bang" star concluded by promising her followers she would "follow up on this tomorrow".

Nicki has been an outspoken critic of the COVID-19 vaccine in recent days. She urged her followers to do their own research and to not be bullied into taking the vaccines.

Watch Nicki's rant below.
 

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A Texas man who claimed he distracted a gunman to save the lives of shoppers at an El Paso Walmart was arrested on his way to a ceremony at the White House.

Chris Grant was shot twice as he shopped for snacks for his children on Aug. 3, when a gunman killed 22 people during a shooting rampage.

The 50-year-old spun a tale of heroism and bravery that captured the attention of social media, and even President Trump who invited him to the White House.

Grant was praised and hailed as a hero for trying to save those around him when the shooting began.

He made the rounds of cable news networks including CNN, where his story changed a little each time he told it.

"I saw him popping people off," Grant tearfully told CNN anchor Chris Cuomo. "To deter him, I just started chucking bottles. I just started throwing random bottles at him. I'm not a baseball player, so one went this way and on went that way."

Grant said his actions resulted in the gunman targeting him.

He later created a Gofundme page to raise money for his medical bills.

President Trump was impressed with Grant's courage in the face of death.

"Chris grabbed – listen to this – soda bottles and anything else in front of him, and began hurling them at the gunman, distracting him from the other shoppers and causing the shooter to turn toward Chris and fire at Chris, whereby Chris suffered two very serious gunshots,” Trump said.

But police say surveillance video tells a different story. The video shows Grant trying to protect himself - and no one else, police said.

"The video evidence of the scene does not support his assertions," El Paso Police Sgt. Enrique Carrillo told KFOX.

Grant was scheduled to join other "heroes" at a White House ceremony, but he and his family were met by the Secret Service when they arrived in D.C.

Grant was taken into custody on an outstanding warrant, Carillo said. He added that the "hero" was actually a "fugitive from justice."

In a statement the Secret Service also confirmed a "White House visitor with an arrest warrant was temporarily detained."

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