It doesn’t matter what you’ve got learn on the web, Betty White didn’t obtain a COVID-19 vaccine booster shot simply three days earlier than her demise.
Her agent and buddy Jeff Witjas instructed Individuals that claims the TV legend was negatively affected by a shot on Dec. 28 have been unfaithful. He famous that White additionally did not say one thing that has been attributed to her: “Eat wholesome and get all of your vaccines. I simply obtained boosted at the moment.”
White died Dec. 31 at 99, nevertheless it had nothing to do with the coronavirus vaccine.
“Betty died peacefully in her sleep at her house. Persons are saying her demise was associated to getting a booster shot three days earlier however that isn’t true,” Witjas stated. “She died of pure causes. Her demise shouldn’t be politicized — that isn’t the life she lived.”
Witjas didn’t instantly reply to Yahoo Leisure’s request for remark.
Absolutely, followers of White needed to have recognized that the quote, at the least, didn’t sound just like the Golden Ladies actress. She was recognized for usually insisting that consuming scorching canines — she most well-liked them with vodka — was the key to residing a protracted life, a lot in order that the well-known Los Angeles scorching canine stand Pink’s is promoting a particular scorching canine in honor of White this week. Proceeds from the sale of the Betty White Bare Sizzling Canine will go to the Los Angeles Zoo, a trigger that White supported. “Betty White, We Will Love You Eternally!!!” a banner on the eatery learn.
Sandra Bullock, who co-starred alongside White in 2009 film The Proposal, even referenced the merchandise in her assertion on shedding White.
“I do not drink vodka … however I’ll tonight — on ice, with a slice of lemon with a scorching canine on the opposite aspect and simply be OK being unhappy,” Bullock stated. “I am going to have to purchase some rose-colored glasses as a result of Betty was that for all of us.”
Bullock was considered one of many, together with President Joe Biden, who paid tribute to White within the wake of her demise.