Fake-News - "Rest In Peace - Martin Lawrence Found Dead In Hotel"
Apr 15, 2015
The article: "Rest In Peace: Martin Lawrence Found Dead In Hotel," published on fake or news satirical website www.newsbuzzdaily.com, is NOT true. Martin Lawrence is NOT dead. He is alive and well. He has jokingly posted the following on Twitter to let his fans know that he is alive: "I'm coming back from the dead for an exclusive, LIVE video chat for those who subscribe to..."
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The Fake-News: "Martin Lawrence Found Dead In Hotel"
Comedian Martin Lawrence was found dead inside of a Los Angeles hotel this morning. Lawrence was scheduled to checkout this morning after 10 AM. At approximately 10:15 AM, a maid named Verna Del Sosa went to Lawrence’s room to clean and thats when Lawrence’s body was discovered on the floor.
“I was shocked, I’ve never seen a dead body before”, says Del Sosa. Del Sosa immediately called for an ambulance but it was too late. According to the paramedics, it appears that Lawrence’s body laid lifeless on the hotel floor for several days.
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