Drug dealer says vaccine needed.
Blog King, Mass Appeal
LITTLE ROCK — First they proffered weed, liquor and lap dances as COVID-19 vaccine incentives. Now we’ve learned bureaucrats in Arkansas funded a community outreach commercial aimed at enticing drug dealers to “get the jab.” The public service announcement shows street pharmacist Richard Johnson elucidating his decision to get inoculated. “You have to understand I’m a hustler,” he explained. “I’m a legit entrepreneur. I sell things. I come in contact with people all the time. I have to stay safe.”
“I didn’t have a choice but to trust the vaccine,” Richard continued. “If you live the type of lifestyle that I live, and you’re out here in these streets and you’re hustling… why not do it safely? So I want everybody to take this seriously. Take a shot at staying healthy. Get the vaccine.”
Social media reaction was priceless. One user wrote, “Yeah that’s going to have folks running to get the shot……uhhhh nope.” Another added, “Why the push for black people to get vaccinated when we only make up 11% of the population in America? Where is the push for whites?”
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