For our readers today we bring to you to the celebrity death hoaxes that almost fooled us. Some of these celebrities have been the center of their presumed death multiple times but nonetheless in the end these celebrities have turned out alive and well.
Queen Elizabeth II
With her current age of 92 years, there is no wonder that Queen Elizabeth II has been the center of numerous death hoaxes for the past few years. One of her most famous death hoax was back in December of 2016 when the twitter hashtag #mediablackout reached on trending list which referred to the death of the monarch. The reason behind the hoax was that queen missed the Christmas ceremony for two days straight and twitter users took it as a sign that she has presumable died.
Jon Bon Jovi
In 2011 rumor about the death of the famous singer Jon Bon Jovi started to flood on twitter and Facebook. The rumor was proven wrong when the center of this death hoax the singer himself appear with a picture on Facebook with current sate stating “heaven Looks a lot like New Jersey”. The reference to New Jersey was pointed to the fact that Bon jovi’s band was in New Jersey for a concert that day.
Justin Bieber death hoax has not only been on the internet once but instead it had been for five times until now. First time was back in 2010 when he was only 16 years old. In June that year Justin ended the hoax by spotting on his social media that I checked and it turned out that I am alive. Later in 2015 the biggest death hoax about Justin Bieber turned up on internet that Justin had died after crashing his Lambo which appeared on the famous Justin fan site “justin.bieber.swellserver.com”. However the PR team of Justin finally falsified this rumor and with this he is in the list of those celebrities who are constantly the target of fake death hoaxes.
Kanye West these days is famous for dating the famous model Kim Kardashian but back in 2009 he was instantly the trending topic on Twitter with a page called RIP Kanye West which made hoax that he had died in a car crash. The hoax was refuted by Kanye’s then girlfriend Amber Rose with her twitter posts that he is alive and well.
The hoax about Johnny Knoxville was the most acclaimed one because he had been known for doing some pretty bizarre and life threatening stunts in his career. The hoax claimed that while filming a parachute jump from a biplane and eating baked beans cans he fell to his death when the parachute did not open. To make the hoax more realistic, it stated that backup chute also failed and Knoxville died. The new appeared on a site which seemed to be MTV but soon the real MTV site made a statement tat it was all rumor and the site that published the news is also fake. The hoax was back in 2002.