“Finally got 5G,” the “Deadpool” star on Wednesday captioned this image of himself getting the needle, referencing the debunked conspiracy theory linking the wireless technology to the spread of the coronavirus.
Finally got 5G. pic.twitter.com/PeLs2s8DOC
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) March 31, 2021
Actor Blake Lively, Reynolds’ wife, also marked getting the shot.
“Find you someone who looks at you like I look at the heroic nurse vaccinating me,” she wrote alongside this image:
Reynolds’ post prompted a ton of gags on Twitter:
— Amanda Jetté Knox (@MavenOfMayhem) March 31, 2021
Is this the real story on how you become Green Lantern?
— JP (@itmeJP) March 31, 2021
I see. Your strength to endure this is so strong. pic.twitter.com/zF6WoLyFPF
— Vanessa Murphy (@vangoesboom) March 31, 2021
Some call him hot… now you can call him "Hotspot." 😉 https://t.co/nALYy0EZv2
— Don R. Campbell (@DonRCampbell) April 1, 2021
And words of warning from a British telecommunications company:
Please don't encourage them Ryan… pic.twitter.com/NIx4onvIaM
— Vodafone UK (@VodafoneUK) March 31, 2021 RELATED… The Stunning Art That's Waging War On COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy And Disinformation 'In Science We Trust': COVID-19 Vaccine Celebrated In Inspiring Street Art Worldwide Fox News Lets Ex-Trump Aide Spew Fauci Conspiracy Theory With Zero Pushback
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