Snapchat, Nuggets warn Michael Porter Jr. after he spread coronavirus conspiracy

Ruben Hill
August 2, 2020

But Porter said it's being used to control people, although he didn't say who was doing the controlling. So you can add Porter's name to the list of athletes who have been making controversial or wrong statements lately, raising the anger of fans and others.

Michael Porter in a bunch of hot water after his latest comments.

"Obviously, I am not the thinking police", Malone told reporters on Wednesday.

The 22-yr-outdated previous Missouri University pupil-athlete replied: "That's facts".

Denver Nuggets forward Michael Porter Jr. said during a Q&A session on Snapchat Tuesday that the coronavirus pandemic "is being used for population control" after a user asked him if the virus was being overblown to scare people into being controlled. It's remaining made use of for inhabitants manage just in phrases of staying equipped to handle the masses of people. Because this virus, the whole world is being controlled. You may need to be vaccinated in order to travel. Porter Jr. also shared that he never had been vaccinated. Will the same happen to Porter? "I think most people quickly dismissed that comment".

"It could get insane, but it's definitely an agenda behind everything that's going on right now, and all you can do is sit back and watch what's going on and not get too emotionally involved", he continued.

"Don't get too emotionally involved, but yeah, I mean it is a serious thing - it's a real thing, but yes, it's being overblown", he said.

Porter attended Missouri and played basketball for the Tigers during the 2017-18 season - though appeared in just three games due to a back injury.

The 14th pick in the 2018 Draft, Porter has entered the rotation this year after missing all last season while recovering from back surgery.

The NBA season will restart Thursday night in the bubble, where players have been tested regularly while being quarantined away from the general public.

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