A colleague of England football star John Stones has sparked controversy by posting anti-wax messages online.
The revelation came after Sun revealed on Saturday that at least five three-line players had refused to take coveted jobs.
It is feared that beauty clinic boss Olivia Naylor – who has 45,000 Instagram followers – will prevent others from being vaccinated again.
He praised a recent post by 21-year-old Jonathan Isaacs of Orlando Magic Basketball, who announced that the natural immune system would protect him from the virus.
He said: “I think the vaccine will be helpful if you catch the covid and you will get less symptoms from its contract. But having covid in the past with me and having antibodies, my current age group and With my fitness level, I don’t have to be afraid to get vaccinated.
He added: “It has opened me up to a rare opportunity, but the vaccine itself is likely to have a negative reaction.
“I don’t think immunization means being infected or getting vaccinated is unsafe. You can still catch covid with or without the vaccine.
Wag wrote in reply: “Perfectly spoken.”
The video was originally posted by Wright Wingdale, played by self-proclaimed “right-wing fighters” and anti-waxer Oliver Mack.
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
He is part of Gareth Southgate’s 23-man squad for the latest Three Lions World Cup qualifier on Saturday, leaving for Andorra this week.
Organizers of next year’s final in Qatar are planning to ban unsafe players.