‘Finally got 5G’: Ryan Reynolds shows off his muscular arms in playful post about receiving his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine

Ryan Reynolds bared his muscular arms in a plain white t-shirt as he received his first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine on Wednesday morning. 

In a new image posted on his Instagram account, the 44-year-old Deadpool star could be seen moments from getting jabbed as he sat on an exam table. 

He used his caption to cheekily blast anti-vaxxers and conspiracy theorists, who believe the coronavirus pandemic is part of a strategy to implant microchips into humans with tracking chips that would later be activated by 5G.

Vaccinated: Ryan Reynolds bared his muscular arms in a plain white t-shirt as he received his first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine on Wednesday morning

‘Finally got 5G,’ he mused of the biologically impossible theory, which was debunked by scientists, according to the BBC.  

Reynolds’ fans on Twitter couldn’t get enough of his joke, including YouTuber Seán William McLoughlin, known as Jacksepticeye.

‘At least you have great reception everywhere now,’ the 31-year-old video game commentator tweeted at the Canadian actor. 

Too funny: Reynolds fans on Twitter couldn’t get enough of his joke, including YouTuber Seán William McLoughlin, known as Jacksepticeye

‘If you stand next to any TV you’ll get HBO Max and Hulu!’ another quipped 

Origin story: Meanwhile, the entrepreneur followers also speculated: ‘Is this the real story on how you become Green Lantern?’

Another quipped: ‘If you stand next to any TV you’ll get HBO Max and Hulu!’ 

Meanwhile, the entrepreneur followers also speculated: ‘Is this the real story on how you become Green Lantern?’ 

Just a few hours later, his wife Blake Lively confirmed she also got vaccinated on social media with a very sweet caption: ‘Find you someone who looks at you like I look at the heroic nurse vaccinating me.’

Last month, he and Lively donated $1 million to the food banks Feeding America and Food Banks Canada. 

‘Find you someone who looks at you like I look at the heroic nurse vaccinating me,’ his wife Blake Lively captioned a photo of herself getting vaccinated 

Giving hearts: Last month,  Reynolds and Lively donated $1 million to the food banks Feeding America and Food Banks Canada amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Seen in 2018

This comes three months after they gave away $500,000 to the same organizations. ‘We are honored and privileged to be able to continue our support of Feeding America and Food Banks Canada,’ the power couple said in a statement. 

‘We know the struggles of so many of our neighbors faced last year are not over and we are grateful for the opportunity to help facilitate the important work of food banks across the US and Canada to be able to provide nourishing meals to the people in need,’ the duo added. 

Blake and Ryan – who wed in 2012 and have three children, Inez, Betty and James – each donated $500,000 in February to Feeding America and Food Banks Canada.

For the people: Blake and Ryan each donated $500,000 this month to Feeding America and Food Banks Canada, it was shared on social media

Good people: ‘When #COVID19 first hit in early 2020, @VanCityReynolds and @BlakeLively generously donated $500K (USD) to US sister organization @FeedingAmerica and to Food Banks Canada helping kickstart our COVID-19 Response Funds,’ it was written by the organization on social media

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