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Eric Clapton blames the disaster vaccine for propaganda.

The rock legend claimed that the jab had disaster reactions, and it was never play that he was afraid  a fact that he blame for the propaganda [which said] that the vaccine was safe for all.

After receipt of his AstraZeneca shot in February, 76-year-old British singer-guitarist dropped a letter from Robin Monotti Graziadei, architect and counter-lockdown activist. Graziadei shared the correspondence with the permission of Clapton.

"I've taken AZ's initial jab and immediately had severe, ten-day reactions. I finally recovered and was told it was twelve weeks before the second one..." Famer wrote in his letter the three-time Rock and Roll Hall.

Clapton added that the second shot was actually offered six weeks later and accepted it despite its initial reaction because "it was a little more aware of the dangers."

Eric Clapton claimed that the COVID vaccine had a "destroying" reaction.
Eric Clapton claimed that the COVID vaccine had a "destroying" reaction.

The former member of Derek, the Dominos and The Yardbirds continued however: "The reactions, unnecessarily, were catastrophic, my hands and feet frozen, numb or burning and, for two weeks, pretty much useless, I was scared that I would never be able to play again."

Clapton added that because he was "peripheral neuropathy," he "shouldn't have gone close to the needle," but the propaganda said that the vaccine was safe for everyone.

Grammy winner "Tears in Heaven" also emphasized he's no sheep.

"I keep following the path of passive rebellion and try to snatch the line to love my family in an active way, but with what I now know it's hard to muck my language," the singer "Layla" wrote.

Vials of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 are in a box on Saturday 15 May 2021 in the course of a vaccine campaign.
Vials of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 are in a box on Saturday 15 May 2021 in the course of a vaccine campaign.

The letter also sang louanges for 'heroes' like UK politician Desmond Swayne, as well as the views of many COVID conspiracy theorists on YouTube, against lockdown.

Rolling Stone said that the letter was authentic — but Clapton's reply did not answer a request for comment straight away.

The AstraZenaca shot was WHO approved and available in the UK and the EU. In fact the AstraZenaca COVID-19 shot is now available. However, the use of the vaccine, which was previously related to blood clots, is still green light in the US.

Stand and Deliver, written by Van Morrison and performed by Eric Clapton.