The ‘Whiplash’ actor sets the record straight on the speculations suggesting he’s an anti-vaxxer, insisting he has been vaccinated against Covid-19 for ‘a while.’
AceShowbiz –Miles Teller has hit back at rumours he’s an anti-vaxxer, insisting he’s been vaccinated against COVID-19 for “a while.”
It was reported back in September (21) that the “Whiplash” star was responsible for a delay in the production of upcoming series “The Offer” because he’d refused to get the vaccine and tested positive for the coronavirus.
At the time, Teller’s representative called the rumours “incorrect” but, on Monday (15Nov21), the screen star took to Twitter to set the record straight in his own words.
“Hey guys, I don’t usually feel the need to address rumours on here but I am vaccinated and have been for a while. The only thing I’m anti is hate,” he wrote.
Miles’ tweet comes after he appeared in the video for Taylor Swift‘s “I Bet You Think About Me” as a groom harbouring a crush on someone other than his bride.
The video was directed by one of Taylor’s close friends, Blake Lively, marking the actress’ directorial debut.
The “Gossip Girl” alum wore Taylor’s ring from music video “I Bet You Think About Me” ahead of its premiere.
The actress directed the singer’s music video for the track from her latest album “Red (Taylor’s Version)” and, a few days before the clip was released on Monday (15Nov21), it seems she had offered a hint as to what was in store.
Blake had shared a close up of her hand adorned with rings and wrote on Instagram, “My hand modeling career is really taking off. (sic)”
When the video was released, Taylor could be seen wearing the same heart-shaped, diamond-outlined ruby ring that Blake wore in the Instagram photo.
The song features on Taylor’s re-recorded version of her 2012 album and the video featured various other callbacks to her past, including the same column dress she’d donned in her “Red” countdown clip a few weeks ago, the same monogrammed Cathy Waterman ring featured on the “Red (Taylor’s Version)” cover, and the top hat she wore for her 2012 MTV EMA performance of “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together”.
At one point, the singer presented the bride in the clip a red gift box containing a red scarf, a reference to the lyrics to her other song “All Too Well”, which mentions her leaving such an accessory at the house of an ex-boyfriend’s sister.
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