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“Death News are Not Funny”, Fans Reacting Furiously Over Death Hoax of J. Cole

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J. Cole, one of the most famous rappers in the world out of many. The artist received a huge fan following, as soon as his first song ‘The Come Up’ dropped in 2007.

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Notable works of J. Cole or Jermaine Lamarr Cole includes: Born Sinner, Cole World: The Sideline Story, 5 Your Eyes Only, KOD and more. This famous rapper is also a producer and produces singles for artists like Janet Jackson and Kendrick Lamar.

WHAT’s THE MATTER?

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Then what is all this about his death trending on social media? The fake news about rappers demise was first published on Breaking News 247.

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Breaking News 247 is a website which allows users to make fake posts and share them online. Though the website claims that it posts joke messages which should not be taken seriously. The fake news about J. Cole’s death rapidly went viral and the rumor soon spiralled on twitter claiming the rapper’s death.

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And now, the news of him being alive is trending on twitter, too. The rapper is just one of the victim of the celebrity death hoax. Fake news with the headline ‘J. Cole found dead’, started circulating online which claimed that the rapper has sadly passed away.

FANS GETTING FURIOUS

J. Cole’s fans were quite upset and confused about fake news which was claiming the death of the rapper. However, these rumors were quickly cleared up much to the relief of fans.

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But yes, the fans definitely got hurt with the rumors and even took to twitter and tik-tok to express their outrage and confusion for this fake news. Out of the fans one wrote, ‘Why do Y’all lie bro this ain’t funny’, while the other user chimed in, ‘ Not even dead’.

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Celebrities often become victim of these kind of hoaxes, which claims their death. Previously Popstar Justin Bieber has also fallen victim to such fake news which was very upsetting for the fans.

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Recently, the rapper was seen featuring in the Music Video ‘On the Street’ with the k-pop band BTS’ member J-Hope.

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