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The Apprentice's Navid Sole's anti-vax tweets unearthed ahead of new BBC series

The Apprentice is already making headlines ahead of its premiere as unearthed anti-vax tweets have emerged from contestant Navid Sole.

The 27-year-old entrepreneur is one of 16 contestants joining the BBC show in an attempt to win over Lord Sugar to become his next business partner, and has a surprising social media account on the side.

The pharmacist turned business hopeful runs a fan account for American rapper Nicki Minaj, where he admitted he wasn't keen on having the COVID-19 vaccine.

As reported in The Mirror, The Super Bass rapper has been vocal online about her reluctance to get vaccinated to attend the Met Gala, leaving Navid on his Twitter fan account thanking her for "standing up" for many vaccine hesitant people.

He revealed in the tweet he was "scared" to share his views online in case he lost his pharmacy licence.

Writing from his @MinajNavis account, he said: "Trust me Nicki I'm a Pharmscist [sic] and I was scared to mention about how I'm against the vaccine but too scared to say anything or else I would lose my license. Thank you my queen for standing up for me and to many of us."

Nicki previously made claims that the vaccine caused impotence and swollen testicles in one of her family friends.

She later told her fans: "I'm sure I'll be vaccinated as well cuz I have to go on tour, etc."

Navid replied: "Nicki I'm your pharmacist barb. I can tell you everything about the vaccines! I was involved in clinical trials. Pfizer's the best just sayin."

The Mirror has approached representatives for Navid Sole for comment.

After superstar Nicki shared her controversial views on the vaccine, she was hit with a huge backlash on social media after she revealed she refused to get vaccinated to attend the Met Gala.

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