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Internet Hoax - Miley Cyrus is Dead

The social networking post below, which claims that Miley Cyrus, an American actress, singer, and songwriter is dead, is a hoax. This is another reason why you should always use popular and reputable news websites as your source of information. Miley Cyrus is NOT dead.
Internet Hoax - Miley Cyrus is Dead
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Internet Hoax - Miley Cyrus is Dead


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Internet Hoax - Miley Cyrus is Dead

The social networking post below, which claims that Miley Cyrus, an American actress, singer, and songwriter is dead, is a hoax. This is another reason why you should always use popular and reputable news websites as your source of information. Miley Cyrus is NOT dead.

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Hoax: Miley Cyrus is Dead

“At about 11 a.m. ET on Wednesday (July 23, 2014), our beloved actress Miley Cyrus passed away. Miley Cyrus was born on November 23, 1992 in Nashville.

She will be missed but not forgotten. Please show your sympathy and condolences by commenting on and liking this page.”

Scammers created this hoax to make a particular Facebook page popular, which they will sell to other scammers, spammers, or online marketers with all the public information of the persons who have shared, “liked” or commented on the hoax. And, once you share, “like” or comment on the page, you will only help them achieve their goal.

So, if you have already shared, “liked” or commented on the hoax, please remove the shared post, comment or unlike it, because this will help stop this hoax from spreading to other social networking users.

For information about about removing things that you have 'liked', shared or posted on Facebook, please click here.

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Also, this celebrity death hoax is similar to the Celine Dion, Will Smith,Shaggy, Rapper Eminem, Jackie Chan, Oprah Winfrey and Angelina Jolie hoaxes.

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