Elon Musk suggests Bronny James’ cardiac arrest is linked to Covid vaccine

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Twitter and Space X owner Elon Musk has suggested the Covid vaccine could be linked to LeBron James’ son suffering a cardiac arrest.

Bronny James had been practicing with his new USC teammates when he collapsed on the court on Monday before he was rushed to a nearby hospital.

The 18-year-0ld is now in a sable condition and is not in the intensive care unit.

Bronny James in action

In response to a tweet of the news, the world’s richest man, Musk, tweeted: ‘We cannot ascribe everything to the vaccine, but, by the same token, we cannot ascribe nothing. Myocarditis is a known side-effect. The only question is whether it is rare or common.’

Myocarditis is an inflammation of the heart muscle, which can cause a fast or irregular heartbeat, which can lead to cardiac arrest.

Despite Musk’s claim, CDC data stated there were 635 cases of myocarditis diagnosed out of the 54.8 million doses of the mRNA vaccine given to children between the ages of 5 and 17, with the data coming from May 2022.

The CDC has said: ‘Any health problem that happens after vaccination is considered an adverse event. An adverse event can be caused by the vaccine or can be caused by a coincidental event not related to the vaccine.’

LeBron James has previously stated he and his family have had the vaccine.

Confirming the news about Bronny’s health, a family statement was issued on Tuesday morning, which read: ‘Yesterday while practising, Bronny James suffered a cardiac arrest. Medical staff was able to treat Bronny and take him to the hospital. He is now in stable condition and no longer in ICU.’

TMZ Sports reported a call was made to emergency services at 9.26am on Monday, when Bronny was unconscious at the Galen Center facility where the team trains and plays – with him being rushed to hospital by an ambulance.

Bronny committed to play for USC last month, before potentially joining his legendary father in the NBA in 2024 – with LeBron being intent on playing on the same team as his oldest son before retiring.

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