Miles Teller is setting the report straight. 

The actor was on Taylor Swift followers’ minds after he appeared in her extremely anticipated music video for “I Bet You Think About Me (Taylor’s Version)”, which dropped Monday, Nov. 15. 

The Prime Gun: Maverick star appeared alongside the singer and his real-life wife, Keleigh Sperry, within the now-viral visible, which options Teller as a groom who simply can not seem to shake the reminiscence of his ex, performed by Swift—even at his personal wedding ceremony. In the meantime, it appears some followers could not shake claims reported by The Daily Mail in September, citing a supply near the chief group for The Provide, that he was unvaccinated and had contracted COVID-19. Teller’s rep instructed the web site, “Your details are incorrect,” however didn’t elaborate additional. 

 Now, with renewed consideration on him on account of the music video, which has amassed greater than eight million views in lower than 24 hours, Teller took to Twitter to clear the air. “Hey guys, I do not normally really feel the necessity to handle rumors on right here however I’m vaccinated and have been for some time,” he tweeted late Monday. “The one factor I am anti is hate.”