Fake Death Hoax: Ellen Degeneres Is Very Much Alive And Healthy

Fake Death Hoax: Ellen Degeneres Is Very Much Alive And Healthy

Updated on August 31, 2023 18:29 PM by Michael Davis

Fake Death Hoax: Ellen DeGeneres is very much Alive and Healthy

(Fake Death Hoax: Ellen DeGeneres is very much Alive and Healthy /Image Credits:Daily Mail)

Ellen is Alive

The funny lady was seen wearing a polo blue T-shirt paired with light blue jeans. She was also wearing black leather boots and cool aviator sunglasses. She was seen carrying a cold-water bottle while she was in the convenience store before heading out. She leaves the store carrying the water bottle and heads back to her grayish Porsche.

Initially the fake rumor started in July 2020 when #RIPellen was becoming popular on Twitter as several users were tweeting their condolences.


How had it started?


It started when in 2020, Ellen shared a word of encouragement which backfired to her.


'One thing I've learned from being in quarantine is that people — this is like being in jail, is what this is,' said DeGeneres. 
Fans on social media, especially on Twitter, started showing their disapproval to the words Ellen shared.


One user tweeted: 'Oh the jokes that you have.... My son is in prison facing a charge of Coronavirus infecting him. Yep, it's such a joke... haha.
However, the rumor that the 62 years old comedian jumped off the roof of a house was proven false, and that the hashtag eventually died down. Since that Twitter hashtag, the haters of Ellen DeGeneres frequently mocked her fake deaths using photos of celebrities that look just like her.


Although the hashtag RIP Ellen DeGeneres was not very popular after 2020, it again fires up in 2022 with more premature tributes.
'I know everyone hated her during her last years, but Ellen DeGeneres did so much for the queer community in her life it's kinda sad how she passed away #ripellen.' 


Rising Death Hoaxes

Fake Death Hoax: Ellen DeGeneres is very much Alive and Healthy

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Although this time it was unclear how the debt hoax began it quickly became popular as several tweets referring to death were posted which made it more unclear to find who posted the fake information.
However, Ellen DeGeneres didn't comment on her fake news of death because it was not new to her.
One twitter user wrote, 'Is Ellen dead or not?! Y’all confusing tf out of me #ripellen'
Some fans were genuinely panicking and concerned about her safety while others were mocking her with their snarky messages. Eventually, Ellen was seen online very much alive while celebrating her anniversary with her wife Portia De Rossi.

Nowadays that exists have become a commonplace celebrities death hoax as #RIPJeffbenoz resolved trending at the same time as the Ellen hoax.


Even earlier this week The Bachelorette star Joshua Seattle was also reported dead on his social media account which he later hacked. Similarly, Simon Cowell, Bruce Wilson, and Fillion Deon also became the victim of such death waxes these days. These terms have become so common these days that Snopes categorize them by saying, “the celebrity death hoax proliferates across the internet mainly because it feeds on a number of more basic instincts among users, such as ‘performing’ their grief on social media.

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