Miles Teller speaks out after being criticised for her performance in Taylor Swift’s Blake Lively Music Video


After appearing in Taylor Swift’s music video, Miles Teller clarifies his COVID-19 status “I Bet You Think About Me (Taylor’s Version) (From The Vault),”Blake Lively directed the film. Blake Lively directs The WhiplashAfter being asked by fans, the actor who plays Swift’s ex in this music video took to Twitter. Daily MailReport from September alleging that his refusal to get vaccinated resulted in a complete shutdown of one project. 

“Hey guys, I don’t usually feel the need to address rumors on here but I am vaccinated and have been for a while,”Teller tweeted Tuesday. “The only thing I’m anti is hate.”Some people suggested that he should have been vaccinated right after he arrived. “called out,”Others suggested that Teller’s general vaccination was a positive step for public safety.

September The Daily MailProduction was stopped on Paramount+ Limited Series, according to reports The OfferThis book chronicles the history of The GodfatherDue to Teller signing COVID-19. “Miles Teller is not vaccinated. He wouldn’t even get the test,”The publication reported the incident, citing specific sources. “Now he’s brought the virus to the set and the whole set had to shut down.”Rep. for the actor stated at the time that those facts were “incorrect,”However, he did not provide details on the reasons for the report’s inaccuracy.

Teller’s immunization status was also mentioned in an article last month. Hollywood Reporter article discussing, in part, The Offer shutdown. “That positive person was publicly identified as a series star who was said to be unvaccinated,”The article reported that the stoppage had resulted in a loss of $6 million for the limited series. Paramount+ responded that the amount lost was lower than $6 million.

Twitter also questioned Teller’s vaccination status, due to his close friendship and marriage with Aaron Rodgers (NFL player) and Shailene Whiteley (bride-to-be). Rodgers was recently positive for COVID and was accused of misleading the public about his vaccination status. He stated that in August, as football season was getting underway, he was telling people about his vaccination status. “immunized.”Rodgers had earlier this month apologized. “anybody who felt misled”His comments.