Another celebrity hoax

@lovebuglena (38869)
Staten Island, New York
November 29, 2022 8:17pm CST
I got a notification from my FB cooking group telling me that someone wanted to post something and it was awaiting my approval. I went to see what it was and it was some guy posting a link to something that said Bruce Willis died. I did not click on the link and rejected the post. I did not think it was true. Besides, it had nothing to do with cooking so I wouldn't have approved it, even if it was true. I went ahead and did a search on Google just to confirm that he did not die and was right. Turns out it was a Facebook hoax. Why would someone do something like this? Do they have nothing better to do with their time than spread things like that?
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@LadyDuck (427188)
• Switzerland
30 Nov
Clarence Gilyard who played in Die Hard with Bruce Willis.
@LadyDuck (427188)
• Switzerland
3 Dec
@lovebuglena It seems that Clarence is both for men and women.
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@lovebuglena (38869)
• Staten Island, New York
1 Dec
What about her?
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@lovebuglena (38869)
• Staten Island, New York
2 Dec
@LadyDuck Oops. Never heard of this person. I thought Clarence was a female name.
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@RebeccasFarm (85043)
• Wheat Ridge, Colorado
30 Nov
They are nuts Lena.
@lovebuglena (38869)
• Staten Island, New York
1 Dec
Nuts. Cruel. Heartless. To name a few.
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• Wheat Ridge, Colorado
1 Dec
@lovebuglena At the least Lena
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@RubyHawk (82652)
• Atlanta, Georgia
30 Nov
Things surely do get mixed up.
@LindaOHio (115364)
• United States
30 Nov
Exactly. They like spreading rumors about celebrities dying.
@lovebuglena (38869)
• Staten Island, New York
1 Dec
What good does that do them?
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@LindaOHio (115364)
• United States
2 Dec
@lovebuglena They get to see in print the rumor that they started. It's a kick for them, I think.
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