Did Vin Diesel die ? Did he really passed away ? No Vin Diesel is not dead , his obituary or death news is hoax. Read to see what happened.
There are some misleading information spreading on social media platforms that Mark Sinclair, known professionally as Vin Diesel, an American actor and producer has passed away.
Vin Diesel is the latest victim to be declared dead by social media users and celebrity death hoax websites, he was said to have died after a failed stunt . The false claim first appeared on Facebook and was shared across other social social media platforms like twitter. It also claimed that the popular fast and furious actor died after a fatal auto crash.
The fake edited version of CNN video clip appear to show a news anchor announcing Paul Walkers death instead of Vin Diesel.
The fake death news of Vin Diesel has generated a lots of reactions from social media users.
Who started that lie about vin diesel being dead??
— Danny Valentino (@DannyHendrixxx) May 28, 2020
Fact Check: Vin Diesel Is NOT Dead From A Backyard Stunt Fail https://t.co/gNXl0owSJb
— Lead Stories (@LeadStoriesCom) May 27, 2020
Recall that Paul Walker, Fast and Furious actor and a colleague of Vin Diesel died in 2013 after a fatal car accident . The people behind this fake celebrities sites have succeeded in declaring many celebrities dead over the years and created confusion on social media. In some cases the actors, or Stars have to come out to refute the claims that they have died.
Unlike other celebrities that came out recently to refute their death news, Vin Diesel with over 60 million Instagram followers is busy doing other things. The actor was online just few days ago and posted the following video clip.
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But it will surprise you to know that this is not the first time Vin Diesel was targeted by this celebrity death hoax news sites. According to the following YouTube clip that was created in June 2016 to refute another claim that Vin Diesel has died.
Although Vin Diesel has not been very active on twitter , but this past January he posted the following update to his followers on twitter.
it’s happening now… https://t.co/V86WKpAu1Y
— Vin Diesel (@vindiesel) January 31, 2020
The following are some reactions on social media after it was announced that Vin Diesel has died.
Gabby Triplett1987 wrote
@vindiesel hi i saw a post on fb saying that u had died this year ik it’s a hoax can u please tell me if u know bout this cuz some of my friends are praying for ur family over ur fake death from a fall in ur backyard.AFC North Champions Eventually wroteThere’s enough bullshit goin on, we don’t need fooled into thinking Vin Diesel fucking died.
Kristal Woods wrote
So tired of Vin Deisel being victim of death hoax! This is one of multiple times now. Also many celebrities go through this! Makes us never believe the truth . Vin Desiel! Keep on being you!
Chris Ingram wrote
So me apparently saying Vin Diesel isn’t dead goes against community standards. Vin Diesel is not Dead and this is false information something Facebook allows often. Facebook has become the biggest laughingstock in social media.￼￼￼￼
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