Kareem Abdul Jabbar Accuses Media Personalities Spreading Misinformation About Damar Hamlin’s Collapse

Kareem Abdul Jabbar, a 75-year-old NBA star, smacks Charlie Kirk, as well as Tucker Carlson for disseminating false information regarding Damar Hamlin’s health problems. The six-time NBA Champion blasted the perpetrator for spreading misinformation about the link between the Covid-19 vaccine and Hamlin’s potentially fatal collapse during Monday Night Football’s contest between the Buffalo Bills and Cincinnati Bengals.

Slamming Charlie Kirk and  Tucker Carlson Misinformation

Fox News host Carlson called a doctor to discuss the issue on his broadcast, but the doctor merely revealed a document that said that the player in question’s fall was related to his lack of vaccinations.

Kareem Abdul Jabbar has other people on his radar besides Carlson. The Los Angeles Lakers star questioned even well-known conservative commentator Charlie Kirk, who firmly argued that Hamlin’s terrible episode was related to his lack of vaccination, a source posted. 

Kareem’s stack provides the perfect forum for him to voice his opinions on many subjects. Whether or not he is correct is up for debate, but he demonstrated how these media figures are exploiting a tragic event to draw attention to themselves in these trying times.

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Damar Hamlin Collapse

Damar Hamlin, a safety for the Buffalo Bills, had his heartbeat revived on the field after going into cardiac arrest during the team’s game against the Bengals. After collapsing after tackling Bengals wide receiver Tee Higgins, 24 year old Hamlin was given CPR on the field for several minutes.

About 16 minutes after collapsing, Hamlin was given oxygen while he was removed off the field and placed in the ambulance. He was subsequently taken to the nearby University of Cincinnati Medical Center, according to an ESPN report. 

Damar Hamlin was recently released from the hospital after spending seven days there and is currently being treated. According to Knight, a physician at the UC Medical Center in Cincinnati, Hamlin was sent to a medical team from Buffalo after his status was raised from critical to good or fair. The doctor confirmed that Hamlin took a flight back to Buffalo on Monday morning. 

According to Knight, Hamlin is doing well right now, and the next phase of his recovery has just started.