After a Twitter user declared he isn’t taking the coronavirus vaccine, his friend exposed the time he drank cheap beer out of a toilet.
Since reports of competing vaccines for COVID-19 came to light, many have been suspicious about their efficacy and possible side effects. For specific groups, such as the Black community, vaccines can represent pain and suffering stemming from generations of neglect and deceit.
But just like the memes that make fun of people’s gross habits, one hilarious anecdotal evidence shows that some people aren’t nearly as skeptical in practice as they are in theory.
Case in point, a dude named Brady tweeted on Wednesday, “There’s no way I’m taking that vaccine, yall really gonna put some weird shit in your body with questioning it.”
He closed that statement with four laughing emojis. But when a college friend DMed him, the cognitive dissonance was on full display. User @bocxtop posted the conversation, which has over 336,000 likes and nearly 30,000 retweets
“U remember freshman year when we filled that toilet with natty lite and give you $50 to drink it?” the friend asked.
Brady responded: “BROOOO shit was geezyyy but yuhhh I remember, why what’s up?”
His point made, the friend wrote back, “Nah no reason it just crossed my mind, have a [good night] bro.”
Later, Brady caught wind of the live roasting he was receiving on Twitter. He tried to play it off, but the sting was evident in a message he sent his friend. He wrote, “Bro I’m not even mad y’all frying me or whateva but why they makin fun of my name??? bitches love b-dog man twitter wack.”
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