While receiving a Covid jab, Paul McCartney, the Beatles legend, flaunts his young appearance.


While receiving a Covid jab, Paul McCartney, the Beatles legend, flaunts his young appearance.

PAUL MCCARTNEY ignited a Twitter frenzy today as he flaunted his toned arms while getting his coronavirus shot.

Paul McCartney, 79, flaunted his toned arms on Twitter today as he had a Covid injection, encouraging his followers to do the same. The Beatles star was photographed sporting a paisley print mask and a blue beanie cap, claiming that having his immunization was “awesome.”

“BE COOL,” Paul typed. Paul says, “GET VAX’D.”

Fans responded by praising the actor’s “much younger” looking arms in the comments section.

“You have the arm of a much younger gentleman,” one commented. I swear the wealthy have access to information that the rest of us do not.”

“I’m sure he got it way back and decided to post it now for a positive message,” another said.

“I love that you shared this,” a third person said.

Others, on the other hand, were unhappy with Paul’s decision to obtain the vaccine and questioned his decision.

“I’d rather be free than cool,” another typed. Sir Paul, I’m sure one of your ex-bandmates felt the same way……”

“I thought you were in the first age group yonks ago?” asked a fifth. “What made you wait so long?”

At the start of the year, the most vulnerable categories of people were vaccinated, including those with long-term illnesses and those over the age of 70.

It’s unclear when Paul first got the vaccine and when the photo was shot, but it’s clear that the Beatle wanted to spread the word about the benefits of vaccination to his legions of admirers.

It comes after the singer-songwriter admitted that he occasionally uses a teleprompter to remember his song lines because he gets distracted by topics like “what he’ll have for supper.”

When he sings, the Beatles star claims he slips into “autopilot” mode and relies on the visual aid to help him focus on the words.

“Sometimes I’ll be playing a song, like Eleanor Rigby or whatever, and I’ll be on autopilot,” he said on the US podcast Smartless.

“And I’m thinking, ‘Oh, what am I going to have for dinner?’ Maybe you won’t eat the soup and instead opt for the main entrée.’

“Then I exclaim, ‘Stop!’ because I’m singing Eleanor Rigby!”

“Not only have I isolated myself from Paul and fame, but I’ve also separated myself from a few of bits in my head.”Brinkwire Summary News”.


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