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Love Island Australia star shares bizarre Covid vaccine rant

Love Island star goes on a bizarre Covid vaccine rant saying she’d rather be a DOG than a human because people are ‘judging’ each other for not getting the jab


A former Love Island Australia star has bizarrely claimed she would rather be a dog than a person because of the way Australians are ‘judging’ each other for refusing the Covid vaccine.

Phoebe Thompson said she’d found social media triggering recently because of the debates about vaccinations and mandates, and feels being a dog would be a whole lot easier because ‘don’t judge each other for their vaccine status’.

Her rather odd post seemed to be a response to Home and Away star Sam Frost ‘coming out’ as unvaccinated over the weekend and complaining about being ‘judged’ by society for her decision. 

Odd: Love Island’s Phoebe Thompson has bizarrely claimed she would rather be a dog than a person because of the way Australians are ‘judging’ each other for refusing the Covid vaccine 

Phoebe, a 30-year-old model, wrote on Instagram Stories on Tuesday: ‘Every time I go on socials I’m noticing that my anxiety is triggered.’ 

‘Some people that I follow for feel-good vibes, laughter, joy and calmness are now sending me into a panic because of the constant hate speech,’ she added.

‘The last two years have been globally traumatic, but what’s even worse is seeing the total lack of compassion. Cruelty on all levels.’

Phoebe, who recently launched her own adult website, said she was ‘ashamed of being human right now’, after witnessing judgment of those who refuse the vaccine.

‘I wish I was a dog because they only judge people by the content of their character. They don’t care what your [vaccination] status is, they don’t care what your job is, they don’t care what your sexuality is or your skin colour, they just love you,’ she said.

Strong message: Phoebe, who recently launched her own subscription-based adult website, declared that she's 'actually ashamed of being human right now', after witnessing society's judgment of those who refuse the vaccine

Strong message: Phoebe, who recently launched her own subscription-based adult website, declared that she’s ‘actually ashamed of being human right now’, after witnessing society’s judgment of those who refuse the vaccine  

Gone: Phoebe's post came days after Home And Away star Sam Frost (pictured) revealed in an emotional social media video that she was unvaccinated and her mental health had suffered as a result

Gone: Phoebe’s post came days after Home And Away star Sam Frost (pictured) revealed in an emotional social media video that she was unvaccinated and her mental health had suffered as a result

Phoebe went on to remind her fans to treat others with ‘kindness’ rather than ‘abuse’, even if they share a different opinion. 

‘A reminder that no matter what someone’s agenda is, you do not have a right to abuse them!’ she wrote. 

‘I love [to] have debates and discussing different topics and opinions, but I also think we can do that without gaslighting, bullying and abusive language. Let’s love each other please and heal from the trauma together.’  

It's a dog's life: 'I wish I was a dog because they only judge people by the content of their character. They don't care what your [vaccination] status is', Phoebe wrote. Pictured: Stock image of a Golden Retriever getting vaccinated

It’s a dog’s life: ‘I wish I was a dog because they only judge people by the content of their character. They don’t care what your [vaccination] status is’, Phoebe wrote. Pictured: Stock image of a Golden Retriever getting vaccinated 

The reality star followed this post with a second rant, stridently defending those who have been criticised for refusing the Covid jab.  

‘Final word… Do you think that people are intentionally being selfish and trying to hurt others? Of course not!! Everything is f**king scared right now,’ she fumed. 

‘We have all grown up with different beliefs, different ideologies, had different experiences and different information!’

 

She warned that ‘abusing someone’ won’t change their ‘narrative’. Instead, this will simply ‘send them deeper into their ideologies’, she added.  

Vaccinations are vital to reducing the spread of preventable diseases, and any suggestion otherwise flies in the face of science and the advice of medical experts around the globe.

The coronavirus vaccine is a safe and vital measure being taken to protect the community from the spread of the virus.

Warning: She warned that 'abusing someone' won't change their 'narrative'. Instead, this will simply 'send them deeper into their ideologies', she added

Warning: She warned that ‘abusing someone’ won’t change their ‘narrative’. Instead, this will simply ‘send them deeper into their ideologies’, she added

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