LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Will Smith is not dead and neither is Adam Sandler and Bret Michaels. Will Smith has not died today 2013. But a fake Will Smith death report is resurfacing today hours after similar false Adam Sandler and Bret Michael false RIP death stories reemerged. On Monday, a series of infamous fake celebrities death reports began to resurface online, and especially on Facebook. Today the target is Will Smith who is very much alive.
Will Smith death 2013 stories this year have left many fans confused. Despite how many times they hit online are declared false, they still come back for another siege. Today fans have been noting a series of fake Facebook stories today claiming the Smith is dead.
This year, Global Associated aka Media Fetcher has been pushing two fake Will Smith stories. The first false story is entitled “Will Smith Falls To His Death In New Zealand” while the second one is entitled “Will Smith Dies In Snowboard Accident”. In both cases the fake stories tell readers that the story is still “developing”. There is nothing developing. Both are work of fiction.
Bret Michaels is also the victim of a fake death story tonight, also authored by Mediafetcher. In a fake story entitled “Bret Michaels dies following Jet-Ski crash in Turks and Caicos Islands”, Mediafetcher is using against Bret the same false death report that it used on Lil Wayne. The false story reads “Preliminary reports from Turks and Caicos Police officials indicate that the musician struck a concrete boat slip in a marina on Parrot Cay in the Turks and Caicos Islands. Bret Michaels was the only passenger on the personal watercraft at the time of the incident. Specific details are not yet available.”
Lil Wayne is not dead. Will Smith has not died. Adam Sandler has not been snowboarding. And Bret Michaels is very much alive.