Adele Dead Rumor: Victim of another death hoax; Sends the internet into a frenzy

Adele Dead Rumor: Victim of another death hoax; Sends the internet into a frenzy

Grammy award-winning artist and international singing sensation, Adele, has been a target of yet another internet death hoax that plagued the Hollywood. The list includes big-time names such as Sylvester Stallone, Leonardo DiCaprio, Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt and Jaden Smith.

So what prompted the rumors to circulate? Adele’s close friend, Alan Carr, had reportedly recalled on his book about the time when the singer lived with him at his house. At that time, the 28-year-old singer was having a hard time dealing with a break-up with her ex-boyfriend.

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“Although she had purged her feelings in 21 she was still cut up about her ex and completely inconsolable,” Carr wrote.

In one instance, Adele didn’t emerge from her room for quite a long time and that’s what worried Carr. When Carr’s partner, Paul, asked him if they should have a look and check at the singer, Carr jokingly said, “I daren’t. What if she’s dead?!

Meanwhile, according to Morning Ledger, a certain “R.I.P. Adele” Facebook page went viral and had been given so much attention by many people. The particular page was considered to be the culprit in spreading rumors about the singer’s death.

“At about 11 a.m. ET on Saturday (October 01, 2016), our beloved singer Adele passed away. Adele was born in London, on May 5, 1988. She will be missed but not forgotten. Please show your sympathy and condolences by commenting below and liking this page,” the post read.

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According to sources, the death rumors about the singer saddened hundreds of fans in the internet world and immediately started writing their condolences on the Facebook page. Adele’s Twitter followers also did the same and the rumors spread like wildfire in the ‘Twittersphere’.

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