Adam Sandler Death 2011
August 1, 2011 by staff
Adam Sandler Death 2011, David Guetta is not dead. However, a new round of false reports in 2011 death of David Guetta appeared today, July 31. It reports the result of the same website that has previously applied for other deaths celebrity fake. First Friday that was Adam Sandler, reported today, David Guetta. Both celebrities are alive and both were victims of false allegations on the same site.
Reports of the death of celebrities have caught the eye of skepticism in the past two years. But Facebook and Twitter have also helped them. Facebook helped one reason online reading showed that most of the reports of the death of celebrities, enabled by the artistic works of fiction produced, and Twitter retweet. At the time that the stories had spread through social networking platforms, there is less chance of skepticism.
In fact, the international press has also become suspect. The false report 2011 death of Adam Sander surface IOPs News Friday. Today, Global Reports Associated Miami.com did the same thing about David Guetta, only with a different work of fiction
“A link to Global Associated News FakeAWish.com generated by a service that is dedicated to creating false stories of deaths invented by their users, which was circulating this weekend,” wrote Miami.com (through translation).
As reported here, celebrities are more often targeted those who have new projects coming out. “The rumor comes at an opportune time, since Guetta is planning to present his fifth album on August 29? Miami.com and notes.
Compared with Adam Sandler, Guetta, it was an accident in the history of snowboarding. This time, global partner Guetta killed in a car on Route 80. “David Guetta died in a car accident on Route 80 between Morristown and Roswell,” reads the report of fiction. “He was pronounced dead at the scene by paramedics who responded to the accident and was identified by photo identification found on his body.”
If Route 80 sounds familiar, it should. DJ Tiesto and David Beckham, both were victims of false reports about the death of Route 80, both generated by Global News partners.
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