LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Adam Lambert is not dead. The hit singer is the victim of a fake death story today. The fabricated tale claims that Adam Lambert died this September 2012 in a Turks and Caicos Islands jet ski crash. The same fake story has been used before against musicians and reality TV-stars. But Adam Lambert fans tonight are irate about this attack Saturday evening.
Morgan Freeman has not died this September 2012. Desmond Elliot death reports this week are false. But now, someone is targeting Adam Lambert, and fans are furious. There are at least two fabricated tales striking Adam Lambert tonight. Both are from Global Associated aka Mediafetcher.
The first fake Global story claims that Adam died on a jet-ski, even though he wasn’t on a jet ski today. “Musician – Adam Lambert dies following Jet-Ski crash in Turks and Caicos Islands” proclaims the fabricated Global story. The erroneous story then states “Musician Adam Lambert died while … in a Jet-Ski accident – September 15, 2012″.
The second fake Global story then claims that Adam died in a hospital today that doesn’t even exist. “Actor Adam Lambert hospitalized after traffic altercation” proclaims the false Global story. The erroneous story then states that Lambert is in “serious condition and taken to Golden State Regional Hospital after a minor traffic accident that escalated into a physical altercation in Fullerton CA.”
Yet, there is no such hospital with that name. The bizarre tale claims that Lambert’s “BMW struck a pickup truck towing landscaping equipment.” If the story sounds familiar, it should.
Lambert is the latest victim to be targeted by Global with jet ski and Fullerton car crash stories. As to the Fullerton story, Lambert joins Lil Wayne and Morgan Freeman, both previously targeted with the same tale. In March, Lil Wayne battled the same death report from Global Associated claiming that his “BMW struck a pickup truck towing landscaping equipment.” The same fake report has been used also against Tom Green.
But if Global isn’t killing off singers with pickup trucks, then it’s apparently using jet-ski accidents. Ja Rule, Bret Michaels, Chris Brown, and Mac Miller have all been subjected to the same fake jet ski story. Global today has taken a pre-written story about a jet-ski crash and simply swapped out Mac Miller’s name and added in Adam’s name. Both reports indicate at the bottom “this is …. based on zero truth and is a complete work of fiction for entertainment purposes”. It remains unclear what is entertaining in fabricating Adam Lambert’s death.
The fake jet ski crash story, however, is a relatively new fabricated tale. As a result, it caused confusion last December when used against J Cole. In recent months, Global Associated most often killed off music celebrities with their dubious Route 80 car crash story, and killed off film actors with the repeated Zermatt snowboard crash story.
Adam Lambert is not dead. Morgan Freeman hasn’t died. Mac Miller is alive and Lil Wayne hasn’t been on a jet-ski today.