Slipknot co-founder and percussionist, Shawn ‘Clown’ Crahan had a recent conversation with Paramoth founder Adam Nergal Darskhi for his own YouTube show ‘The Electric Theater With Clown’ this week and shared his thoughts on having a coronavirus vaccine.
According to the official numbers of COVID Data Tracker, there are over 130 million people in the United States that were vaccinated at least one dose so far. While 40.5 percent of the whole population vaccinated at least one dose, 26.4 percent of the population were fully vaccinated.
In his own internet show, Slipnot star Clown stated that while he has some hesitations on having a coronavirus vaccine since he has not had a flu shot in 20 years, he will definitely get it sooner or later. He also stated that he would not let anyone say he’s a real clown by not having a coronavirus vaccine.
Here is what Shawn ‘Clown’ Crahan said:
“I haven’t had a flu shot in 20 years, and I haven’t had the flu in 20 years. But let me take it a step further. Do I agree with the vaccine? I don’t know what I agree with. I know I don’t wanna be told to do anything. I’ve never been told I had to get the flu shot, but I’m being told — and this could have changed…
I don’t like talking about things unless I know they’re facts, but I have heard this from a reliable source, that Canada is gonna make it mandatory, to be able to come into Canada, you’re gonna have to have proof of the vaccine.”
“So, I’ve never had to get a flu shot to go anywhere, but now to do my living, I’m gonna have to have a vaccine — proof of it — to go to Canada. So, normality for me is that now I just need Japan to say that, I need North America to say that, I need South America to say that, Australia, New Zealand…
Once everybody jumps on, then I know we’re in it together. I don’t think we’re not in it together now. I think the right people were offered the shot first, and then it opens up as it’s created knowledge. Am I gonna get it? Well, no one can even prove I’m the real Clown anyway.”
You can check out the conversation below.
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