Miley Cyrus’ death rumors became viral in the Facebook world and everyone was wondering when a rumor started swirling online that the twerker was in fact dead.
“(SHOCKING) Miley Cyrus Found Dead in Her Los Angeles Home! Country singer Miley Cyrus found overdosed this afternoon in her Los Angeles home,” the messages on Facebook read.
The scammers behind the hoax tried to convince people to click on their link by saying Miley Cyrus died in her Los Angeles home due to a drug overdose. The hoax is designed to spread bogus surveys that make money for the scammers behind it.
Apparently when users click on the post, they’re redirected to a website designed to look like Facebook. It then prompts them to share the page before going further. This ensures that the scam spreads even further.
Miley Cyrus is reportedly aware of the whole death hoax, and supposedly thinks it’s kind of entertaining.
This is not the first time Miley Cyrus’ name has been used as a part of an online hoax.
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