Beyonce dead? Obviously, there is no truth behind this rumor. Beyonce is just one of the many celebrities who was targeted by an infamous death hoax that roams within the internet world.
Same goes with other celebrities, a Facebook page was also created in the wake of Beyonce’s death rumors. The page was called “RIP Beyonce.”
“At about 11 a.m. ET on Tuesday (October 18, 2016), our beloved singer Beyoncé passed away,” shared the post. “Beyoncé was born on September 4, 1981, in Houston. She will be missed but not forgotten. Please show your sympathy and condolences by commenting on and liking this page.”
The supposed death rumor began when Beyonce had an accident during her Brooklyn concert. The news then intensified and it got blown out of proportion causing hundreds of fans to react about the Beyonce dead rumors. These fans flooded the internet with their opinions.
According to TheBitbag, after the incident and the rumors, fans are now wondering if Beyonce is dealing with health problems. Clearly, the fans who just couldn’t let go of the issue, are now being suspicious about the singer’s health.
On the other hand, instead of prying on the singer’s health and digging deeper about the death hoax, less intense fans chose to show their support through admiration and hope that Beyonce gets well soon, as posted by Morning Ledger.
The wife of rap mogul, Jay-Z, suffered an onstage accident where she cut her ear causing it to bleed. But she continued the show and acted like nothing happened.
Meanwhile, Beyonce was also involved in a new business venture that will make her known as the “healthy” pop star. Forbes reported that a Beyonce launched 22 Days Nutrition. It’s a meal delivery service that offers the healthiest vegan options out in the market.
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