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"David Beckham, Justin Bieber and Jon Bon Jovi are dead": the cruel trend in TikTok | Israel today


A new trend sweeps some of the youth who take pictures of themselves announcing to their relatives or friends about the death of one of their favorite stars • The morbid twist? Of course it didn't happen and the star is alive • Smile, you ate it - foreign version

Smile, you ate it!

- International version: An

overwhelming and twisted trend has been circulating in the Tiktok app for the past few days, when this time teenagers take pictures of themselves announcing to their relatives or friends about the death of one of their favorite stars - and then reveal to them that it's a joke. 

According to the videos, people react to fake messages about the death of celebs, while being filmed.

In each of these morbid videos, the person filming the prank relays the fake "news" to friends and family, pretends to read the news online, and then films the reactions of outrage, shock and sadness.

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In one video, the voice behind the camera announces: "Oh my God. Ricky Martin is dead at 51", while a group of people with her scream in shock: "Nah! This can't be."

In another video, a young prankster tells her mother: "Jon Bon Jovi died at age 60, heart attack."

Emma responds by shouting, "What?! Go away!".

In another video, a woman driving a car with her friend gasps in shock and says, "Zac Efron is dead at 35."

Her friend starts hitting the seat as she cries out, "No!"

the fake celebrity death trend on tiktok shouldn't be funny but dawg the last one

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Another young woman who tried to deceive her friends about Bon Jovi's death was met with a shocked reaction and a cry: "Shut up!".

The videos differ in details, with some abusers inventing a fake cause of death such as a heart attack, while others do not state the cause of death.

It seems that most of them did look for the exact age of the "dead" star, to add credibility to their "message".

Needless to say, of course Beckham and Justin Bieber, like most of the other celebs in these viral videos, are still very much alive.

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Source: israelhayom

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