Amy Schumer Says She Developed VAIDS After Third Booster

Amy Schumer Says She Developed VAIDS After Third Booster

Amy Schumer has revealed that she developed full-blown Vaccine Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (VAIDS) as a direct result of getting multiple COVID jabs.

The comedian was forced to come clean about her diagnosis when people began speculating about her poor health after a recent appearance on television where she appeared extremely bloated.

“Thank you so much for everyone’s input about my face. I’ve enjoyed feedback and deliberation about my appearance as all women do for almost 20 years. And you’re right, it is puffier than normal right now. I have endometriosis, an auto immune disease that every woman should read about,” Schumer posted on social media.

The sharp decrease in immunity following vaccination is caused by “altered cytokine responses”. Cytokines are small proteins that are produced by our immune system in response to infection. The more jabs a person receives, the more depleted the immune system becomes, resulting in VAIDS. reports: Dr Jebra Faushay, a gender studies academic, wrote on X, formerly Twitter: “I’m going to need all surgeons and doctors to weigh in here. Serious question, what happened to Amy’s face? Is it normally this size?”

Sarah Absher, a registered nurse, replied: ”Honestly it looks like what is referred to as “moon face,” a condition associated with long term steroid use.”

Despite facing criticism and speculation on social media, Amy received support from fans and healthcare professionals alike. Many voiced their solidarity with her, condemning the normalisation of commenting on women’s bodies and emphasising the importance of empathy and understanding.

Dr Tatiana Prowell, an oncologist in Maryland, said: “Let’s not. Instead let’s stop normalizing commenting on women’s faces/bodies for sport.”

“Let’s stop inviting drs to speculate about the diagnosis of people whose history they don’t know. Let’s stop inviting trolls to fat-shame people. Let’s be better.”

And Olympic skiier Lindsey Vonn said: “Maybe just let her live. Why do people feel the need to judge people’s physical appearance? You have no idea what’s going on in her life so any comment here is pure speculation, unnecessary and hurtful.”

Amy’s willingness to address her health issues publicly contributes to raising awareness and breaking the stigma surrounding chronic conditions.