Did Justin Bieber just die in a hospital after a high speed car crash?!
Take a look at the viral claims, and find out what the facts really are!
Claim : Justin Bieber Died Suddenly In High Speed Car Crash!
People are sharing YouTube, Facebook and TikTok videos claiming that Justin Bieber just died suddenly in a high speed car crash, with titles like :
( RIP ) Justin Bieber died after crashing at over 100mph, coroner’s report reveals
RIP Justin Bieber… We lost him in a car crash over 100mph if your depressed please reach out.
( RIP ) Justin Bieber died after crashing at over 120mph, coroner’s report reveals
( RIP ) Very Sad 20 Second ago in Chicago, Justin Bieber died after crashing at over 100mph, coroner’s report reveals
7 minutes ago Justin Bieber died in car accident after crashing at over 100mph…. RIP legend…very sad news
12 Minute ago ( RIP ) Justin Bieber died after crashing at over 100mph, coroner’s report reveals
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Truth : Justin Bieber Did Not Die In High Speed Car Crash!
This is yet another example of FAKE NEWS created and propagated by people to generate income from page / video views and advertising, and here are the reasons why…
Fact #1 : No Legitimate Media Outlet Reported His Death
These YouTube / TikTok / Facebook videos have been circulating for days now, but people don’t seem to notice that no legitimate media has reported Justin Bieber’s death.
Justin Bieber is a megastar, with a beautiful celebrity model wife. If something happened to him, not will it be eagerly reported on by celebrity blogs, the worldwide media would no doubt cover it too.
When Justin Bieber revealed that he is suffering from Ramsay Hunt syndrome, the worldwide media breathlessly reported on his condition, including recently when he cancelled the rest of his concerts.
No legitimate media outlet has reported that Justin Bieber died recently from any cause. Why should you believe no-name websites like NewsC60 / NewsC53 / NewsC8, or random YouTube / TikTok / Facebook videos?
Fact #2 : Justin Bieber Is Still Alive + Well!
Justin Bieber is still very much alive and well, as of Friday, March 31, 2023, when he posted photos with Canadian hockey fans of the Maple Leafs team.
Before that, he was also seen in Bel-Air, Los Angeles, getting breakfast on Tuesday, March 21, 2023.
All that happened many days, weeks and even months after those YouTube / TikTok / Facebook videos claimed that he died in a high speed car crash!
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Justin Bieber also posted a photo with Hailey Bieber and an Instastory on March 15. In his Instastory, Justin Bieber was grinning from ear to ear, with both eyes open and the words “WAIT FOR IT…”
The video appears to show Bieber recovering well from Ramsay Hunt syndrome, that he publicly revealed on 10 June 2022. He recently cancelled his Justice World Tour, which led people to wonder if his condition was deteriorating.
Justin Bieber also appeared to have posted the photo with Hailey Bieber to dismiss rumours that their relationship was on the rocks because of his Ramsay Hunt syndrome.
In any case, we can confirm that all those videos about Justin Bieber dying from a tragic car accident are FAKE.
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Fact #3 : The Photos Were Edited
I analysed this photo used in some of the videos, and confirmed that Justin Bieber wasn’t even involved in that car accident, never mind die in it.
This is actually a photo of a car accident that happened in July 2022, involving Justin Bieber’s step grandmother, Kathy Bieber.
Marty Denham was outside his shop when he heard a loud noise on Lorne Avenue West and saw one vehicle had collided with another.
“I had my back to it, I turned around, there was probably a five-count and the entire car blew up behind them,” he said.
One of the vehicles was consumed by flames almost instantly.
That’s when Denham saw a woman jump out of the car to safety.
“We thought we were watching a person die because we thought the girl was the passenger.”
Denham said one of the people involved in the crash was Kathy Bieber, who is married to the pop star’s grandfather on his dad’s side of the family.
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Here is another popular photo used to show Justin Bieber dying in a hospital after his tragic car crash, but that’s not him in that hospital bed.
That is really a photo of doctors and nurses at the Brooklyn Hospital Center treating a COVID-19 patient, that Victor J. Blue of the New York Times took in April 2020.
Fact #4 : Justin Bieber Death Hoax Is Driven By Fake Fact Check Too
This Justin Bieber death hoax is, ironically, also being driven by a fact check article by the MediaMass Project, which appears to regularly update / change the dates.
News of singer Justin Bieber’s death spread quickly earlier this week causing concern among fans across the world. However the April 2023 report has now been confirmed as a complete hoax and just the latest in a string of fake celebrity death reports. Thankfully, the singer best known for hit songs like Beauty and a Beat, Boyfriend or Baby is alive and well.
Their claim of a viral R.I.P. Justin Bieber Facebook page is false. There is no such Facebook page. It is their standard fake fact check spiel for fake celebrity deaths.
The statement from Justin Bieber’s unnamed rep confirming that he is not dead is exactly the same as statements from other celebrities whose reps MediaMass claimed were victims of death hoaxes, like Cristiano Ronaldo, Sylvester Stallone, Simon Cowell, Tom Hanks, Dolly Parton, Lucy Liu, and Melanie Laurent.
He joins the long list of celebrities who have been victimized by this hoax. He’s still alive and well, stop believing what you see on the Internet.
Hidden in the description page for the MediaMass Project is a disclaimer that they are a “satire” website. That’s the usual “cover” for websites peddling fake news.
Regardless of their reasons, anything posted by MediaMass.net must be considered as fake news, until proven otherwise.
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Fact #5 : This Is Just Fake Celebrity News
This is yet another example of fake celebrity news created to generate page views and money through advertising, just like these examples:
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- Did Simon Cowell Just Die In Tragic Car Crash?!
- Did Cristiano Ronaldo Just Die In Tragic Car Accident?!
- Was Prince William Caught Seducing Jacinda Ardern?!
- Buckingham Palace Seized Prince Harry’s Properties?!
- Did Dolly Parton Just Die Suddenly From A Stroke?!
- Is Rose Hanbury now royalty, ousting Kate Middleton?!
- Did Lucy Liu Just Die In A Training Accident?!
- Prince William Wants Rose Hanbury Accepted Into Royal Family?!
- Did Morgan Freeman Just Call Joe Biden A Fool?!
- Did Park Jimin Admit Some BTS Members Are Married?!
- Did Mo’Nique Die Suddenly On The Way To Hospital?!
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