A fake press release posted on the i Newswire Web site in March 2006 claiming that Ferrell was killed in a paragliding accident in Southern California when a wind gust caused him to lose crash into trees.As a joke, two Dallas jockeys claimed a car accident took the lives of pop stars perished, who were dating at the time.
Conspiracy loving Beatles fans believe that Mc Cartney died in 1966 and everything that’s happened to “him” since then is courtesy of a look-alike and sound-alike.
Not only that, they believe clues to Mc Cartney’s fate were revealed in songs written by fellow musicians George Harrison and John Lennon.
Like, Lennon’s “A Day in the Life,” where the lyrics “Paul is dead, miss him, miss him”… Cancelling his tour, dying his hear, having a public meltdown and dissing Beyonce and Jay Z while cozying up to Donald Trump was enough proof for some.
which can only be heard when the song is played backward. 2016 with the theory that West’s uncharacteristic behavior at the time was because it wasn’t really him… The actor/comedian has been the subject of false reports of his death more than once. 30, 2012, has was said to have been killed in a snowboard accident and, most recently, was again the subject of internet buzz after the death of his brother Charlie confused.
“The first thing I did was call Britney,” Timberlake told ABC News in 2001.
“Since the beginning, [when] people knew about our relationship, there’s always been things that have been said that were totally not true, but this just, like, took it to a whole ‘nother planet.”Rumors began circulating in April 2003 that the “Complicated’ singer killed herself after her grandfather’s death.
A fake news story reporting Eminem‘s death in a car accident went viral in 2009.
The story went as far as to blame the rapper for the crash, saying he swerved into an oncoming truck because he was on his cell phone.
it doesn’t matter what they say, it’s the impact it has on your family.”Jewelry can kill you, or at least that’s the rumor that started after the singer accidentally ripped out an earring during a Brooklyn concert and blood began running down her face.
A Facebook page claimed she had died because she didn’t seek medical attention. The Twitter account for Black’s band Tenacious D was hacked in June 2016 and the culprits posted this unsettling message: “It is with a heavy heart I am to announce that Jack Black passed away last night at am.
In recent weeks, Twitter gave new fuel to that fire, igniting a conspiracy theory that the Lavigne known today was actually look-alike singer Melissa Vandella.