“I mean, obviously they really get angry. The sheep emojis - you got me! That one sheep emoji - you know what, I’m wrong,” the former Bachelor star sarcastically told her 279,000 followers in an Instagram Story.
“You don’t have any right to say you’re scared of the vaccine if you take ketamine and MDMA on the weekends made by bikies in their garages.
“And they think I’m equating anti-vaxxers with people who do drugs and I’m not necessarily but that is a common thread particularly in the eastern suburbs."
Abbie said she has been flooded with anti-vaxxers who said it's up to them to choose whether or not to get vaccinated with either Pfizer or AstraZeneca.
“They’re saying that’s a choice. That’s precisely my point. You’re choosing to do a horse tranquiliser for fun or take MDMA but you won’t choose to take a vaccine for the greater good," she said.
“Like you’re choosing to take something that was made in a garage by a bikie but you won’t take something that’s approved by the government and medical associations.
“That’s the whole point how many brain cells do you have?”
Days earlier Abbie posted a video of herself crying, captioned: "[Point of view]: u live in Sydney and have seen the 110 cases for today and think about all the months of our lives we have lost bc of this silly little virus".
"It’s all s**t and it’s no ones fault except our leaders (and the antivaxers)" she added.