If you were one among those avid Twitter users who woke on Wednesday morning to visualize that David Beckham's death was a trending topic, do not believe it.
Beckham did not die in a very automobile crash, and also the false death reports regarding the soccer star have angered his fans.
In another prank from a hoax tabloid "Global Associated News" on Wednesday, the soccer star died in a very single vehicle crash on Route eighty between Morristown and Roswell. the location stated that paramedics pronounced Beckham dead at the scene.
"Highway Safety Investigators have told reporters that David Beckham lost management whereas driving a friend's vehicle on Interstate eighty and rolled the vehicle many times killing him instantly," the location reported.
Fans then turned to Twitter to visualize if reliable news sources were reporting this accident. however they could not notice any.
"These rumors ought to stop, they're not true. Why do peeps feel they'll play with death," one among Beckham's fans wrote.
False death reports involving celebrities don't seem to be new.
Beckham has joined the likes of David Guetta who conjointly falsely died in a very similar manner. different celebrities who have falsely died embrace can Smith and his son Jaden, Adam Sandler, and Owen Wilson to call a number of.