Veteran actor Paul Walker, who left his friends, family and fans a little too soon recently, is back under media limelight. Walker, who lost his life in an unfortunate car crash, was being talked about when his younger brother was being considered to reprise his famous role in the Fast & Furious’ next movie. Now, his name is abuzz on the Internet and social media once again, owing to hoax news about his fake death.
Everyone is shocked at this cheap publicity stunt; people are actually disgusted after reading what the website had to say about Walker’s death. Apparently an article was published on Nosinfo.com and it claimed that the Fast & Furious actor's family and friends are all faking Walker’s death. The article categorically claimed that “they are all lying. Paul Walker didn’t die. Nor did Roger Rodas. They are both alive and well, and their relatives well know it.”
These statements triggered a lot of negative sentiment, especially among the fans, who poured in a number of thousands on Twitter and expressed their concerns over such a substandard statement, which isn’t even true to begin with.
According to Perez Hilton, the article on Nosinfo.com read: “It has already been established that the relatives of Paul Walker are involved in a cover-up, which is the cover-up of faking the actor’s death. It has been proven beyond a shadow of a doubt, here, that the accident is a fabrication and that there wasn’t any real car crash”.
The website also claimed that it was all staged, the fire, crashed car and the debris was all pre planned and none of it was true. Now someone needs to make the owners of the website or the writer read the autopsy report that confirmed that Walker died in an unfortunate car crash.
People are unsure why someone would write such bewildering article on a celebrity’s tragic demise. One possible reason could be attracting traffic and clicks on the website by spreading fake news with potential of getting extremely viral. Fans shared their negative sentiments on Twitter as this hoax news totally uncalled for and very rude.
It is indeed a terrible accusation to make and what would Paul or Roger or their families get from faking their death anyway? They’re already in so much pain.