LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Lil Wayne is not dead. Lil Wayne fake death reports have surfaced online since 2007; but last night, the latest in nearly a dozen different false reports began to confuse fans. Lil Wayne hasn’t died. But there are no less than six different 2012 death reports swirling out of control today. Not one of them is true. In addition to Lil Wayne, there are Sizzla, Justin Bieber, and Eddie Murphy fake death reports dominating activity today.
For Lil Wayne, there latest round of fake death reports puts him in several countries, at the same time Sunday. Several of them are the result of the website Global Associated. First Global falsely claims that Lil Wayne died in a Jet-ski crash in Turks and Caicos today.
Weezy wasn’t in Turks and Caicos. And the rapper certainly wasn’t on a jet-ski today either. “Lil Wayne was the only passenger on the personal watercraft at the time of the incident. Specific details are not yet available” reads the fake report. There aren’t any specific “details… yet available” because the report is false.
Next, Global is also falsely claiming that the same Lil Wayne died in Fullerton overnight. The fake report claim that “that Lil Wayne’s BMW struck a pickup truck towing landscaping equipment.”
The bizarre tale claims that Weezy was taken to Golden State Regional Hospital. There is, however, no such “Golden State Regional Hospital”. The same fake report has been used before for actor Tom Green.
Third, Global claims that the Lil Wayne has also died today in Queensland. The equally false report claims “Lil Wayne died in a single vehicle crash between Ipswich and Willowbank in Queensland as confirmed by Royal Queensland Police”. The absurd report claim that he was “in the area while on vacation”, apparently at the same time he was in Turks and Caicos and Fullerton.
Finally, Global made at least one other attempt to kill of Weezy today. After exhausting cars and jet-skis, it tried airplanes. That false report claims that Lil Wayne died in a private plane crash today at “Denver Peak-Regional Airport”. You’ll have a hard time finding a fabrciated “Denver Peak-Regional Airport” on a map. It only exists in fake Global death stories that have been used against celebrities, everyone from Snoop Dogg to Chuck Norris.
After five years, Weezy is still today the victim of fake death reports as absurd as those back in 2007. Four years ago, a false report used the template of a popular news site and claimed that Weezy had died of wounds in South Los Angles. In December last year, another claimed that Weezy died in New Orleans.
Lil Wayne is very much alive today. The same is true of Sizzla, the victim of fake death reports today as well. In October last year, a fake death report claimed that Sizzla Kalonji had died on Route 80. The false Sizzla death report was the same used against David Beckham, DJ Tiesto, and David Guetta previously.
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Ironically, Lil Wayne was originally intended to appear on Jimmy Kimmel Live Thursday. But when Weezy couldn’t attend, Kimmel used a fake Lil Wayne imposter to fill the position. When asked where he spent time in prison, the fake Lil Wayne imposter told Kimmel “Northridge?” Lil Wayne, Sizzla, Justin Bieber, and Eddie Murphy are all very much alive today, as is Kimmel’s fake Weezy imposter.