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Hoax - "Ricky Martin Dead in Tragic Accident New Years Day"

Ricky Martin is NOT dead and the videos on popular video sharing website YouTube that claim that the Puerto Rican singer, actor and author has died in a car accident on New Years day is a hoax. The video is a voice-over of Lt. Keith Boyd of Marin County Sheriff’s Office announcing the death of Robin Williams back in August 2014.
Hoax - "Ricky Martin Dead in Tragic Accident New Years Day"
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Hoax - "Ricky Martin Dead in Tragic Accident New Years Day"


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Hoax - "Ricky Martin Dead in Tragic Accident New Years Day"

Ricky Martin is NOT dead and the videos on popular video sharing website YouTube that claim that the Puerto Rican singer, actor and author has died in a car accident on New Years day is a hoax. The video is a voice-over of Lt. Keith Boyd of Marin County Sheriff’s Office announcing the death of Robin Williams back in August 2014.

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The Fake Ricky Martin Tragic Accident Video

Rick Martin Death Hoax

Report says: Multi-platinum artist Enrique Martin Morales, known by the stage name Ricky Martin died at 4:30 pm eastern time while driving his BMW CONVERTIBLE CAR on a freeway in Los Angeles, CA.

The accident footage in the fake YouTube video, which shows a man being thrown from a motor car, was a car accident that killed South African actor Thabang Sidloyi in December 2014.

Ricky Martin, real name Enrique Martín Morales, has jokingly responded to his death hoax on his Twitter page with the following message:

“Hello from ?#heaven.”

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