Died Suddenly Caught Using Fake Parasite Video!

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The infamous Died Suddenly account on X was just caught using a fake parasite video to promote an “anti-parasitic supplement”! Here is what you need to know…

 

Died Suddenly Shares Fake Parasite Video!

The infamous Died Suddenly account on X (formerly Twitter) posted a video which appears to show a man pulling out a parasite from the armpit of another man.

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Died Suddenly appears to have posted the video to promote a “parasite cleanse guide” on a website pitching an “anti-parasitic supplement” called The Purge.

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Died Suddenly Parasite Video : Why Is It Fake?!

The viral video that the Died Suddenly account posted on X (formerly Twitter) does not show a man pulling out a long parasite from the armpit of another man.

The video has a low resolution, which makes it appear as if the thing being pulled out is a tapeworm.

Now, people can and do pull out long tapeworms from mouths and anuses, but never armpits. There is simply no known mechanism by which a tapeworm would travel to anyone’s armpit!

The truth is – the video shows the removal of a wound packing strip, which is a long, slender piece of gauze which is used to pack cavity wounds.

The man likely had an abscess cavity in his armpit. After the incision and drainage of that abscess, the doctor would have packed the wound cavity to aid in its healing process.

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Died Suddenly Caught Using Fake Parasite Video!

If you look at the video again, you will notice that the man is actually smiling. In which universe (or dimension?) would a person be smiling while getting a parasite pulled out of his armpit?

Needless to say – such wound packing strips are not parasites. So one has to wonder why would the Died Suddenly account share that video to promote a “parasite cleanse guide” on a website pitching an “anti-parasitic supplement” called The Purge.

Interestingly, the website is called Purge Suddenly.

But even if you have tapeworm in your gut, don’t worry. Doctors have actual anti-parasitic drugs that can quickly kills them. There is no need to take such supplements.

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