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Fans of Lil Uzi Vert can be sure that he is very much alive. The public speculated on social media whether the American rapper, whose real name is Symere Bysil Woods, had died over the weekend, but the rumor is not true.

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The false headline claimed that Lil Uzi Vert had died of an overdose
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A TikTok user spread a fake headline saying that Lil Uzi Vert had died.

The gossip circulated after a TikTok user posted a fake headline that came from a meme-generating website called “Spread Your Own News.” The application includes on its home page that it is intended for “fun, humor and parody”.

TikTok user @demigodgelo, who has nearly 25 million followers, posted the fake caption “Lil Uzi Vert found dead” on December 27. The caption read: “26-year-old rapper Lil Uzi Vert has overdosed at a Los Angeles hotel.” The TikTok user added a generic photo that included emergency personnel and a stretcher. The post generated over 146,000 “likes” and thousands of comments.

At the time of writing, Lil Uzi Vert had not directly commented on the fake headline. But on December 27, the musician was responding to comments from fans on his Twitter page.

The death headline was generated from a parody website
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A bogus headline claiming Lil Uzi Vert had died came from a parody website.

TikTok user @demigodgelo didn’t even try to hide the fact that the fake headline came from a parody website. The post claiming that Lil Uzi Vert was dead includes a watermark for “breakyourownnews.com” in the upper right corner.

The home page of this site explains that it should be used for humorous purposes and includes the disclaimer: “This app is intended for fun, humor, and parody; be careful what you create and how you can share it. You should avoid doing things that are illegal, defamatory, or that may cause distress. Have fun and be nice! ”

The example in the center of the site’s home page includes the title “Something went viral online.” The subtitle alludes to the fact that the app is meant to help spread memes online. “Is this really news?” The commentator asks | 5 million retweets in 1 hour. ”

The TikTok user’s other false headlines include that President Trump had declared war on North Korea and that murderous Hornets had killed 100 people in New York City.
The TikTok user who claimed that Lil Uzi Vert had died posted several fake headlines on December 27.

TikTok user @demigodgelo used the headline generator to create various fake news memes over the weekend. The December 27 posts include a headline that says President Donald Trump was “declaring war on North Korea due to the oil supply.” Clearly, this statement is not real and would never make any logical sense. According to the US Energy Information Administration, North Korea “has no proven reserves of oil and other liquids” and imports its oil from China.

lil uzi vert death hoax

The TikTok user who claimed that Lil Uzi Vert had died posted several fake headlines on December 27.

Also on December 27, @demigodgelo wrote that a “killer wasp nest has killed more than 100 civilians” in New York City. On the TikTok post, he covered his mouth as if in shock and wrote in the caption, “Stay safe out there.”

Rest assured, this did not happen. So-called “killer hornets” are native to Asia and are even eaten in Japan, the New York Times reported. A nest of these insects was found in Washington state in late 2019, but the nest was eradicated in October 2020, CNN reported. The network added that hornets get their name because they are known to destroy bee hives.

This isn’t the first time Lil Uzi Vert has faced death rumors
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Lil Uzi Vert can laugh at these rumors online because he’s faced them before. Twitter user @sunsonc wrote in September 2018 that the rapper had died at the age of 24 “following recent reports of a shooting.” There was no source listed, not even a fake one, but the tweet still shows up in internet searches.

According to Cinemaholic, fans again raised concerns about Lil Uzi Vert’s well-being on June 18, 2020 after a Facebook page titled “RIP Lil Uzi Vert” gained a lot of attention. But as the outlet reported, representatives of the rapper They quickly assured their fans that he was fine and that the Facebook page was nothing more than a hoax, the page appears to have since been removed.

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