LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Vince Vaughn is not dead, nor is Eminem. Vince Vaughn and Eminem are battling fake death reports today. But as persons continue to create the false tales that Vaughn and the Eminem have died this September 2012, a new twist has surfaced. Once celebrity allegedly tells news this week that she is suing the authors who falsely reported her death.
John Cena, Vince Vaughn, and Eminem have all battled erroneous death stories this week. But overseas, another celebrity has reportedly had enough. Albawaba.com reports that Egyptian dancer Dina is furious about recent fabricated death reports targeted her. So now Dina purportedly intends to sue.
The fake death reports about Dina claimed that she had died in Ghardaqa, a town that the celebrity hasnâ€™t visited in recent years. But now, Albawaba.com reports news that the Dina “plans to get them [the authors of the fake death reports] in court to confront them about fake reports of her own death.”
For years, fake celebrity death reports have grown. But this year, the extent of the growth has angered many celebrities. Among them have been Usher and Jackie Chan.
Today, a false report is striking Vince Vaughn that was used against Adam Lambert last week. Last week, Lambert’s fans were irate about the untrue tale. But this time, it’s been used against Vince.
The fake report reads “Vince Vaughn died while on a personal vacation in Turks and Caicos early this morning from injuries sustained in a Jet-Ski accident”. The author is the same behind the Lambert tale, Media Fetcher aka Global Associated.
The other culprit today is newcomer Necropedia. “Vince Vaughn is dead” reads the websiteâ€™s headline. “He died on September 21, 2012, at the age of 42″ reads one line of their report. But another line reads “No one has died” adding “it is by no means a death announcement”.
Eminem is also the victim of a false death report today, the same that struck the actor in July. Media Fetcher claims that the rapper has died inside â€śPalo Alto Memorial Hospitalâ€ť. There is no such facility, however.
In August 2009, the rapper battled a fake death story as well. Months later, on December 25, 2009, a fake car crash report published online featured the musician with a dubious â€śRoute 80? tale from Global. Vince Vaughn is not dead, nor in Eminem or John Cena.