Today The Internet Tried To Kill Comedian Martin

The internet is always trying to kill a celebrity here, and another there. It surprises me in this day and age that people actually buy this hogwash, especially when it’s on a website like:

“Ifooledyoudumbassesswithafakecelebritydeath.com.”

Why don’t you take all of two minutes to look at the headlines, or the “about” of the site before sharing out as fact, what is probably not? Immediately after the post goes out, the condolences start to come in.

I suppose the only good thing is that the victims of these unexpected, fake deaths can learn what the community will say about them after they are gone.

Wikipedia hasn’t killed Martin, so then he must still be alive! It’s on the internet after all!

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Angel Rodriguez

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