Miley Cyrus Dead: Singer Commits Suicide Over Pregnancy Rumors?
Is Miley Cyrus dead? Fans of the singers are wondering if the reports about the singer’s death is true after a purported news report went viral online.Advertisement
Miley Cyrus dead reports started after a Now8News reported that the singer was found unresponsive at her Los Angeles home. Now8News added that the former Hanna Montana star was found dead in a bathtub after drowning from a prescription pill overdose. No signs of foul play were traced.
Why did Miley Cyrus take her own life? Could it be related to the controversies surrounding Cyrus over the past several days?
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According to The Hollywood Gossip, there are reports indicating that the popular singer is now secretly married to Liam Hemsworth. The two reportedly tied the knot in a beach wedding.
Aside from the Cyrus-Hemsworth wedding rumors, there are also talks suggesting that she is pregnant! In fact, one tabloid revealed that Cyrus and Hemsworth already have a name for their baby.
However, the wedding and pregnancy rumors are not true. Did she get too depressed over the rumors, which led to the alleged suicide? Apparently, not. Aside from the fact the Cyrus is already used to these controversies, one reliable website reiterated that Miley Cyrus dead reports are false.
Snopes confirmed that the rumors about Cyrus’ demise was just a product of a malicious report from Now8News. It was pointed out that the website is notoriously known for fabricating stories, releasing numerous death hoaxes over the past several years to get attention or clicks.
“There was no truth to this report,” Snopes noted, referring to the Miley Cyrus dead reports. “Now8News is a clickbait fake news site that masquerades as a local television news web outlet, trafficking in sensationalist and outrage-provoking fabricated stories, including death hoaxes.”
Snopes insisted that Cyrus is alive and is enjoying romantic days with her boyfriend. In case you still have doubts, Snopes have also debunked previous death reports involving Sylvester Stallone, Angelina Jolie, Jaden Smith, John Cena and more celebrities.
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