John Cena is NOT Dead

john cena is not dead

I was scrolling down my facebook timeline when I saw a shocking status from a friend of mine. It says “World renowned wrestler John Cena has died as a result of a head injury suffered while attempting a stunt with Dwayne Johnson a.k.a. The Rock”.  I’ve always enjoyed wrestling and Jhon Cena is one awesome wrestler. Of course I immediately Googled to see if the news was true (and finding some awesome adidas wrestling shoes along the way” but apparently the news was a hoax. So… John Cena is NOT dead people.

This kind of fake rumors are not uncommon in the celebrity world, however, the one (circulated in Facebook) had a link which lead to a Facebook app. Who knows what awaits the unsuspecting social media customers who were eager to find out more about the news. I actually clicked on the link myself but seeing it was an apps, I quickly exit and look for other way to verify the news.

Did anyone install the Facebook app? What happened?



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9 Responses to “John Cena is NOT Dead”

  1. Mariuca says:

    Ha ha of coz I did not install the FB app, hardly use app there mah…:p
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  2. Mariuca says:

    … unless it's an awesome app like the postcard pics tu hehehe! :*
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  5. emily micheal says:

    No, John Cena is not dead.

    'Global News Associated' is a cover for the 'Fake a Wish' website and this website is the original source for the majority of the fake death reports of celebrities you have heard about lately. It's almost a daily occurrence because anyone can post a fake death report and within minutes it's all over Twitter, Facebook, et al. The website is nothing more than a fake news/hoax generator mole removal los angeles.

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