Porter Jr. is used to making controversial statements, but this is ridiculous. Or not?
Michael Porter Jr. has again confirmed himself as one of the NBA’s most controversial players due to his statements.
The last thing the Nuggets player has done is say that “the coronavirus is being used with hidden motives, to control the population, to be able to control the masses. Everyone is being controlled.”
Reckless words in the context of the pandemic that the entire planet is experiencing and that seriously affects the United States and Florida, where the NBA season will resume.
The League, his team, or himself is likely to issue a statement censuring those statements. In his personal Snapchat account, Porter Jr. said that “the coronavirus is serious, but it is being oversized.”
In addition, he also said that he has never been vaccinated: “I have never had injections or anything like that.” However, the University of Missouri, where he studied and played, forces all his students to be vaccinated against MMR against measles, mumps, and rubella.
Porter Jr. has already gotten himself into other trouble because of his statements. Two summers ago, he questioned Luka Doncic’s future performance before making his NBA debut, calling him “overrated” and recently asked for prayers for the cops who killed George Floyd in Minneapolis: “As difficult as it is, pray for them in instead of hating them to change their hearts.”
Many NBA players decided to confront him over those words.
What do you think of Porter Jr.’s statements? Is the coronavirus an invention of the world elite to control us? Share your opinion in the comment box and let us know what you think!