Fake-News - Kylie Jenner age 17, Pregnant By Rapper Tyga 25
Dec 11, 2014
The article: "Kylie Jenner (age 17), Pregnant By Rapper Tyga (25)," published on fake or news satirical website "Hip Hop Hangover" is a hoax. The article, located on their website at www.hiphophangover.com, is spreading on social networking websites like Twitter and Facebook like wildfire. The articles on the website "Hip Hop Hangover" are all fictional and should not be taken as facts.
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Hip Hop Hangover said that they are a Gossip parody and satirical publication for entertainment purposes only.
The Fake-News or Hoax
LOS ANGELES,CA- Big sister Kim Kardashian recently made headlines by "breaking the internet" in her new Paper Magazine cover. But Kylie, 17, may have her beat.
Kylie and rapper Tyga, have been seen with each other out in public far too often. The media has speculated that they are an item but they have kept things under wraps and have denied rumors that they are sleeping with each other ...in America!
The fake article also claims that Kylie posted the following on Twitter:
But, we have confirmed that Twitter post is a fake.
The website Hip Hop Hangover published the following fake article: "Death Row Inmate Asks For A Child As His Last Meal, Texas Plan To Grant Request" over a month ago that had everyone talking about it.
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