Celeste Barber takes another jab at anti-vaxxers, denouncing their ridiculous 5G conspiracy theories
Celeste Barber takes another jab at anti-vaxxers, denouncing their ridiculous 5G conspiracy theories… before leaving a very special message for them at the end
Celeste Barber has taken another jab at anti-vaxxers and dismissed their ridiculous 5G conspiracy theories.
The 39-year-old comedian shared a video on TikTok in which he mocked individuals who spread dangerous misinformation about the Covid-19 vaccine.
“I just want to jump in on this and especially speak to anti-vaxxers. I hear you’re panicking, I can really hear it and I can feel it,” Celeste said.
Taking a jab: Celeste Barber (pictured) took another jab at anti-vaxxers, rejecting their ridiculous 5G conspiracy theories… before leaving a very special message for them at the end
“I want you all to know that when I got my first Pfizer shot about a week ago. The nurse who gave it to me showed me the 5G before putting it in the vial, which I think is really good,” she joked.
“You’d be surprised how small Bill Gates’ DNA is, because it actually fits in the bottle.”
Celeste went on to say, “I want you to know that they are very transparent about it. Many anti-vaxxers are really concerned.’
“They also keep the vial in direct sunlight for a while to get all that healing sunlight in to protect you from an international pandemic. Just wanted to let you know, for those of you who are really concerned.’
Just kidding: Celeste shared a video with TikTok mocking individuals spreading dangerous misinformation about the Covid-19 vaccine
Anti-vaxxers spread conspiracy theories with no scientific basis.
They have claimed that ‘stimulating’ the immune system through diet, supplements and sunlight can make people immune to certain diseases, which is completely false.
It comes after Celeste responded to a troll who hit her on TikTok for encouraging her fans to get the Covid-19 vaccine.
In the video, the anti-vaxxer called the 39-year-old comedian a “fat slob” for getting the jab and promoting it on social media — but mispronounced her name as “Celesty.”
Priceless response: It comes after Celeste responded to a troll who hit her on TikTok for encouraging her fans to get the Covid-19 vaccine
In response, Celeste called out the TikTok user because she didn’t know how to correctly say the name of the person she was abusing online.
“Tell me why fat bastards like Celesty Barber are able to post on their Instagram and encourage other people to take the picture when people are dying!” said the troll.
The Instagram star and charity campaigner replied: ‘It is celeste, you fucking idiot.’
Troll: Celeste called the TikTok user (pictured) because she didn’t know how to correctly say the name of the person she is abusing online