Pro Boxer And Muhammad Ali’s Daughter Laila Ali Suggested She Is Anti-Vaccine
Laila Ali is taking a stand for those who do not want to take the COVID-19 vaccine.
In a post on her Instagram story, the daughter of the late Muhammad Ali, shared her feelings about those choosing not receive the COVID-19 vaccine. In her post, Laila Ali said,
“People don’t seem to understand that just because some folks don’t wear mask, don’t want the shot, don’t listen to the media or live in fear, it doesn’t mean they don’t “believe” the virus is real or think they can’t get it! They know it was created to har humanity.”
“They simply choose to build up and trust their own immune system like they have been doing all their life. If they get it, they will deal with it!!! It’s a God given choice. I know, this kind of faith is impossible for some to comprehend. But lean not on your own understanding.”
The retired boxing champ went on to say in her post,
“Before you claim they are “putting others in danger,” you should do your own research to learn if that’s actually true. You can’t change anyone but yourself, so YOU DO YOU!”
With the rising casing of COVID-19 across the country, many celebrities have taken the opposite stance of Laila Ali, including CBS This Morning host Gayle King, who has plans to ban unvaccinated family members from Thanksgiving, and Charles Barkley who feels sports leagues should make the vaccine mandatory.
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