A recent fake article claims that Kanye West regretted the birth of his daughter North West, and was heard saying, “I should have pulled out.”
A satire article in heavy circulation claims that Bill Gates has offered rapper Young Thug $9,000,000 if he’ll stop rapping.
A fake article from earlier this week claims that deceased megastar Michael Jackson is actually alive and living in Ontario, Canada under an assumed name.
Yesterday a satire article appeared which says Jenny McCarthy claimed lemon juice would cure Ebola on the Today Show. Of course, the story is fake satire.
A fake story this week claims that Dennis Rodman has left the U.S. to speak with leaders of ISIS.
A fake article has been made public stating that Kim Kardashian is in the ICU after being beaten by her husband Kanye West. The claim is not true.
In September 2014 a satire story about Betty White dying her hair went viral when people did not read the article and confused the word “dyes” with “dies”.
A fake article published yesterday by a satirical website states that ISIS was claiming responsibility for the death of Joan Rivers.
A fake story circulating online claims that George R. R. Martin was taken to the hospital after “Game of Thrones” did not win an Emmy.