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NRL WAG Tahlia Giumelli hits back at an anti-vaxxer

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NRL WAG Tahlia Giumelli hits back at an anti-vaxxer who accused her of being a ‘government-paid influencer’ after posting about the jab










NRL WAG and model Tahlia Giumelli hit back at a nasty anti-vaxxer on her Instagram stories on Thursday.

Earlier this week, Tahlia, 29, revealed that she had received her second Covid-19 vaccine and was soon cheated for being a “government-paid influencer” promoting the vax.

Tahlia, who is engaged to NRL star Tom Burgess, took aim at the troll, joking that she “wish” she was paid to inject the vaccine.

NRL WAG Tahlia Giumelli has hit back at an anti-vaxxer who accused her of being a ‘government-paid influencer’ after posting about the jab

The troll had commented on one of Tahlia’s Instagram stories, saying she was 36 hours post-shot and only had a “minor headache.”

‘What about the long-term effects?’ wrote the troll.

“Oh wait, there’s a zero date on that, because it’s still going through clinical trials. #Govtpaidinfluencer we see through you,” she added, along with a kissing emoji.

The troll had commented on one of Tahlia's Instagram stories, where she said she was 36 hours post-shot and only had a

The troll had commented on one of Tahlia’s Instagram stories, where she said she was 36 hours post-shot and only had a “minor headache.”

'What about the long-term effects?'  wrote the troll.

‘What about the long-term effects?’ wrote the troll. “Oh wait, there’s a zero date on that, because it’s still going through clinical trials. #Govtpaidinfluencer we see through you,” she added, with a kissing emoji

Tahlia responded and wrote: ‘Was throwing’ [up] whether I should post this, but I’ll be very clear.’

“I don’t care, I trust modern medicine and so do the other millions of other people.”

‘I wouldn’t want to be sponsored either. I have bills to pay, you know,” she finished adding a crying and laughing emoji.

The troll also fell for Tahlia when she posted about breast implants in a previous story.

Tahlia revealed earlier this week that she had been fully vaccinated against Covid-19.

Tahlia, who is engaged to NRL star Tom Burgess, took aim at the troll and joked that she 'wish' she was paid to inject the vaccine

Tahlia, who is engaged to NRL star Tom Burgess, took aim at the troll and joked that she ‘wish’ she was paid to inject the vaccine

In a lengthy Instagram post, she said she hopes getting vaccinated will take the pressure off the healthcare system and health workers.

“While we are super excited about our freedoms, to hug our friends, visit our hairdresser, have weddings and parties, our health workers will continue to work double shifts, miss events and parties with loved ones and continue to help us overcome covid plus . with everything else we still live,” she wrote.

“I hope this small act will make a big difference to them.”

She added: “I hope this small act means so much more in the best interest of my children by giving them the chance to have something normal in their lives.”

Tahlia also encouraged her followers to talk to a doctor about vaccination, rather than listening to influencers online.

“Speak to a medical professional, those who have studied for hours, months and years and make an informed choice,” she wrote.

'Hope it will make a difference': Tahlia, who is engaged to NRL star Tom Burgess, revealed earlier this week that she had been fully vaccinated against Covid-19.  She said she hopes getting vaccinated will take the pressure off the health care system and health workers

‘Hope it will make a difference’: Tahlia, who is engaged to NRL star Tom Burgess, revealed earlier this week that she had been fully vaccinated against Covid-19. She said she hopes getting vaccinated will take the pressure off the health care system and health workers

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