Nia Jax says people she knows in pro sports paid and bought a vaccine card

Former WWE Superstar Nia Jax continued to make headlines after she wrote on Twitter that she knows many people in many professional sports who paid a doctor to get a COVID-19 vaccine card instead of actually taking the vaccine.

Jax, real name Lina Fanene, replied to a fan saying she stands by her comment about trusting her immune system more than any COVID-19 vaccine.

“Honey, if you really think that all your favorites don’t feel the same as I do, you’re sadly mistaken,” she wrote. “I know a lot of people in many professional sports that just paid & got a real card from a doctor..sooooo.”

The former Raw Women’s champion has been getting hassled lately on social media as trolls keep up their attacks about her injuring a lot of people during her run in WWE.

“There’s a support group starting for all the trolls who want to give me their opinion, its called ‘Eat shit you loser and get a life,'” she then wrote.

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