Internet death rumors have affected DJ Khaled. According to a report, the rapper was using his phone when he died in a car accident. On TikTok, similar rumors spread like wildfire, confusing netizens as to whether the renowned musician was still alive. It is reasonable to say, nevertheless, that the singer is still very much alive.
After the website Not Allowed To stated that DJ Khaled was involved in an automobile accident, there were online rumors that he had passed away. According to the article, the 47-year-old was using Snapchat at the time of the occurrence. The media source also revealed:
Also, according to the website, DJ Khaled’s car had “badly damaged.” The singer “suffered largely minor injuries,” including a small fracture, cuts, and bruises, but was still alive, it was also revealed at the conclusion. The rapper was said to have died in a shooting in a TikTok video that also made its way online. The same false report stated:
“Khaled’s death was informed by the Broward County Sherrif’s office at exactly 5:30 pm. Suspect Dedrick Devonshay Williams of Pompano was arrested two days after the shooting, shortly before 7 pm. Held in the Broward County jail, he is charged with first degree murder without premeditation.”
DJ Khaled is healthy and alive.
DJ Khaled is still alive despite rumors of his death spreading online. As no other reputable media sites have confirmed Not Allowed To’s death claim, it is safe to assume that it is untrue. Given the singer’s high popularity, it is possible that someone close to him or other well-known blogs covering pop culture would have informed his fans of his passing.
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The TikTok video can be disseminating false information, too. The misspelled word in the TiKTok video gives the impression that it is not professional. As previously indicated, other news organizations would have covered the Wild Thoughts creator’s death if the sheriff’s office had released a comment.
As usual, the rapper has been posting on his Instagram stories. He showed off Rihanna’s Savage x Fenty sweatpants in a story he wrote at the time this piece was being written. Not just DJ Khaled but other well-known people have fallen prey to online death scams.
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High-profile figures in the media, like Tom Holland, Oprah Winfrey, Adam Sandler, Tom Hanks, and Will Smith, have previously had to cope with fabricated death claims about them that circulated online. It is frequently the reader’s responsibility to independently confirm such news by consulting reputable sources. With the success of his album God Did, the singer has recently been taking some time to relax.
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