The news of Justin Bieber’s alleged death began making rounds online earlier this year. However, they were immediately proved to be a hoax.
Here is everything you need to know.
Justin Bieber is alive and healthy as ever
A few months back on 5th March Vairal News 93 shared a news article on their site claiming that Justin Bieber had allegedly passed away in a car crash.
It read, ‘USA (RIP) Justin Bieber died after crashing at over 100mph, coroner’s report reveals 05.03.2023.’
However, multiple reputed media outlets were quick to debunk this story. But they could not suppress it for long since these reports continue to circulate on the internet.
Snopes on the other hand debunked Bieber’s death article.
They wrote, ‘There is no evidence Bieber is dead. If it was true, it would be widely reported and memorialized by reputable publications.’
Regardless, to put it simply the Baby artist is not dead and is reportedly in good health as well.
Bieber is quite active on his social media and often shares his photos and updates with his fans and followers. In addition, he turned 29 in March 2023 and uploaded a series of pictures from his birthday bash on his official Instagram handle.
Besides that, Bieber’s last post on Instagram includes an image of himself alongside his wife Hailey Bieber (née Baldwin). He further posted an update about her skincare brand, Rhode, which began last year in June.
Justin Bieber is dead— Gey Poope? (@hoeingforsoup) May 17, 2023
If you didn’t know, the Canadian artist tied the knot with the 26-year-old model in November 2018. They walked down the aisle again in September of the following year.
Meanwhile, Hailey recently shared her fears of having children with the 29-year-old star in an interview.
She said, ‘I literally cry about this all the time. I want kids so bad but I get scared. It’s enough that people say things about my husband or my friends. I can’t imagine having to confront people saying things about a child.’
Fans react to Justin Bieber’s death hoax
Many fans of Justin Bieber were upset over the fake news reports suggesting that he had passed away in a car accident.
Moreover, these fans took to their respective social media account to call out the ‘fake post.’
A user wrote, ‘Whoever got my momma thinking Justin Bieber is dead can go to hell.’
Someone else chimed in to say, ‘Somebody shared a fake post on FB about Justin Bieber dead and I fell for it smh.’