Over the last couple of years, Instagram model and fitness influencer Katya Elise Henry has become a popular figure on social media, with the NBA community recently embracing her since she started dating Miami Heat guard Tyler Herro.

Henry is known for her workouts and healthy lifestyle, her pictures in a tiny bikini, and her positive quotes about leaving all toxicity out and embracing your uniqueness and all things that make you feel good.

However, it seems like she'll have to do a better job of luring away those negative energies, as she's been under heavy fire over the past couple of days after posting anti-vaccine content on Instagram.

Tyler Herro's Girlfriend Katya Elise Henry Posts Anti-Vaccine Content On Instagram

Katya Elise Henry isn't convinced about the Covid-19 vaccine and let it be known on her Instagram stories with multiple controversial posts on the matter, stating that she won't follow the crowd because it makes no sense:

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“No vaccine for HIV after 40 years of research. No vaccine for the common cold. No vaccine for cancer after 100 years of research. Nothing. A Virus mysteriously appears and within a year a vaccine is created and we are all expected to take it. No thanks," read the post.

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"When it doesn't feel right, go left. The one who follows the crowd will usually go no further than the crowd. The one who walks alone is likely to find himself in places no one has ever been before," read the following story.

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"8 million followers and I'll still post what I want, when I want, how I want. Sleep tight," she concluded.

Twitter Blasts Katya Elise Henry Over Anti-Vaxx Content

Needless to say, people around the internet didn't take her posts lightly and went at her for encouraging people not to take the Covid-19 vaccine despite all we've been through over the past year.

At the end of the day, she's got a valid point when she says that everyone's free to do whatever he wants. She's got a platform and she's using it to spread her views, and that's valid, even if some - like us - think she's wrong.