beyonce died in car crash

beyonce died in car crash

Beyonce Died In Car Crash

Follow @maggieserota As far as bizarro celebrity internet conspiracy theories go, it’s gonna take a lot to replace the one about Avril Lavigne dying in 2004 and being replaced by a decoy in the number one spot in our hearts. However, The Root found a Facebook user who is vying for first place with this compelling evidence that Beyoncé was cloned. I mean, how else do you explain how much she accomplishes in a given day? There are a couple things at play here. First of all, it’s infinitely entertaining that someone would jump to the conclusion that a wealthy celebrity’s appearance would change due to some Illuminati black magic rather than the cadre of make-up artists, plastic surgeons, and hairdressers at the rich person’s disposal. Secondly, Queen Bey has been a bizarre lightning rod for weird conspiracies, given that pregnancy truthers have speculated that the singer faked her pregnancy with Blue Ivy. Of course, the idea that Bey is some primordial shape-shifter based on a change in her part is pretty tame compared to the YouTube videos advancing the theory that she’s actually a lizard person wearing the skin of a gorgeous pop star. Tags: Beyonce, clones, conspiracy theories
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Beyonce Died In Car Crash

Clicking on the post opens a “celebrity news” website that supposedly contains more information about Beyonce’s sad demise. However, if you try to play a supposed news video on the bogus website, you will be automatically redirected to various scam, spam, or malware websites. Other links on the site also redirect to the same bogus websites. And, a popup window will try to force you to share the site via Facebook.
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Beyonce Died In Car Crash

First of all, Beyoncé’s facial features have actually changed between 2000 and 2016 (even though clones are identical). Secondly, the singer herself has admitted that she has an alter-ego called Sasha Fierce who does things she ‘wouldn’t ordinarily do’.
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Beyonce Died In Car Crash

Where as some trusting fans believed the post, others were immediately skeptical of the report, perhaps learning their lesson from the huge amount of fake death reports emerging about celebrities over recent months. Some pointed out that the news had not been carried on any major American network, indicating that it was a fake report, as the death of a singer of Beyoncé’s stature would be major news across networks.
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Beyonce Died In Car Crash

On Tuesday (May 30) the singer’s reps officially confirmed that Beyoncé is not dead. “She joins the long list of celebrities who have been victimized by this hoax. She’s still alive and well, stop believing what you see on the Internet,” they said.
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Beyonce Died In Car Crash

Wake up, you bunch of ignorant, fawning sheep, and prepare yourselves for a shock: your majesty Beyoncé, crowned head of the pop universe, is no more. Or at least that’s what the internet folk think.
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Beyonce Died In Car Crash

to avoid missing out on the big bucks, Beyoncé’s producers (and perhaps even Jay Z) had the foresight to get their hands on a few stem cells in case of an emergency. And lucky they did: for six years now (or sixteen, according to some) the singer has been replaced by a cloned impostor without anyone noticing a thing. Well, almost no one.
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Beyonce Died In Car Crash

A few sharp-eyed individuals have come forward to inform the world of the terrible conspiracy, reports the Daily Dot. Taking to Facebook and YouTube, these do-gooders have opened our eyes to the sordid reality of star cloning because, of course, Beyoncé isn’t the first celebrity to get the duplicate treatment.
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When you look into the videos shared by this community of Illuminati  investigators, the evidence piles up faster than you can doodle a Masonic symbol. First of all, Beyoncé’s facial features have actually changed between 2000 and 2016 (yet we all know plastic surgery can do wonders nowadays). Secondly, the singer herself has admitted to having an alter-ego named Sasha Fierce who does things she “wouldn’t ordinarily do”.
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Follow @maggieserota As far as bizarro celebrity internet conspiracy theories go, it’s gonna take a lot to replace the one about Avril Lavigne dying in 2004 and being replaced by a decoy in the number one spot in our hearts. However, The Root found a Facebook user who is vying for first place with this compelling evidence that Beyoncé was cloned. I mean, how else do you explain how much she accomplishes in a given day? There are a couple things at play here. First of all, it’s infinitely entertaining that someone would jump to the conclusion that a wealthy celebrity’s appearance would change due to some Illuminati black magic rather than the cadre of make-up artists, plastic surgeons, and hairdressers at the rich person’s disposal. Secondly, Queen Bey has been a bizarre lightning rod for weird conspiracies, given that pregnancy truthers have speculated that the singer faked her pregnancy with Blue Ivy. Of course, the idea that Bey is some primordial shape-shifter based on a change in her part is pretty tame compared to the YouTube videos advancing the theory that she’s actually a lizard person wearing the skin of a gorgeous pop star.

Published on Apr 11, 2017 | Under Car | By michael ellis
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