Is Cristiano Ronaldo really dead? Viral hoax exposed

Every other day, celebrities fall victim to disgusting internet hoaxes, and many of them aim for their deaths.

Some people have been mistakenly led to believe that Portuguese soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo is dead after a wild rumor took over social media.

We can confirm that Ronaldo is alive and well and you should ignore any unsubstantiated claims about it.

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No, Cristiano Ronaldo is not dead

The rumors about Ronaldo’s death have been circulating on the internet for quite some time.

The viral hoax made its way onto the iShowSpeed ​​livestream on Tuesday, April 12, convincing many that something had happened to the Manchester United star.

A Twitter user debunked the viral hoax claiming Ronaldo was dead.

your tweet read: “Absolutely everyone on the @IShowSpeed ​​live stream who saw the news of Cristiano Ronaldo’s death, it’s completely fake. One of the articles read on the stream said: On Tuesday (April 12), the footballer’s representatives officially confirmed that Cristiano Ronaldo is not dead.”

The following tweet read: “This is not Speed’s fault as once again the chat is trolling and leading Speed ​​to believe so. Just to confirm according to the information on the stream that he is currently alive.”

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Footballer extends his family

Cristiano enjoys his life as a family man.

In October 2021, he announced that his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez was pregnant with twins.

The footballer has four children. In 2010, he welcomed his first son, Cristinao Jr. In 2017, he welcomed twins — daughter Evana and son Mateo — through surrogacy.

He and Georgina had their first child together in 20’17. Her daughter’s name is Alana Martina.

He often shares pictures of his adorable family Instagram.

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Other celebrities who have fallen victim to the death scam

Like Ronaldo, many celebrities have fallen victim to death fakers after unsubstantiated rumors went viral on social media

A week ago, Joe Rogan’s fans were worried after a rumor surfaced that he had died. The confusion was caused by an incorrect report.

And a month ago, fans assumed Jaden Smith was dead after one of his tweets was misinterpreted.

Previously, celebrities like MrBeast, Rowan Atkinson and others have fallen victim to these hoaxes.

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Brian Ashcraft

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