Adam Sandler, Lil Wayne Death Rumors / True or False?
Rapper Lil Wayne and actor Adam Sandler are back in the headlines after yet again, two more death rumors.
Lil Wayne reportedly fell into a bad coma last Friday (March 15th) after experiencing a potentially fatal series of seizures-like symptoms. Many online reports suggest the seizures were caused by an overdose of Sizzurp (Lil Wayne's preferred blend of soda and Codeine syrup).
Like most things online, the story is apparently false as a "stable" Wayne rests in a hospital bed.
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Wayne's web death rumors have now digressed into speculation that actor Adam Sandler died recently as well. According to the original rumor Sandler was vacationing in Switzerland when the "Happy Gilmore" actor suffered a "tragic snowboarding accident."
Mstars originally reported, "Adam Sandler was air lifted by ski patrol teams to a local hospital, however, it is believed that the actor died instantly from the impact of the crash. The actor was wearing a helmet at the time of the accident and drugs and alcohol do not appear to have played any part in his death."
Sandler's representatives officially confirmed Sunday; the "snowboard death" rumors are completely false.
Wayne and Sandler, once again, join a long list of celebrities who have victimized by death hoaxes.
Fans should wait and do a little bit of research before jumping onto social media causing a stir. My guess is most people that get involved in these pranks know the truth, but will do anything to get more followers on Twitter and friends on Facebook.
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