Internet debunks viral hoax, it seems a few bored Internet users decided to trend number rip of Bezos, similar to the previous number repellent trend which went viral but was eventually established as a hoax that spread like wildfire.
Twitter users were swept by a shock wave as the social media platform started trending number #ripjeffbezos on Tuesday, July 7th saying the CEO and President of the multinational technology company Amazon, Jeff Bezos is dead.
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Jeff Bezos #ripjeffbezos true?
However, we are here to tell you that the latest Twitter trend is nothing but a hoax, that is not surprising that even hearing it has sent people on a frenzy owing to be Bezos international reputation only on July 6th it was reported that Amazon stock had hit a record high while the global the economy continued to be crippled by the novel coronavirus he also made headlines in February for selling over 4 billion dollar worth of Amazon shares since January 31 in a matter of a week.
According to Forbes, he took home an estimated 3.1 billion dollars so how did these rumors surrounding his death begin and why have users come to believe it.
Seems like a few bored Internet users decided to trend #ripjeffbezos similar to the previous number repellent trend which soon went viral but was eventually established to be a hoax that spread like wildfire many of them claimed on Twitter that he died from drowning in the Amazon River
I’m literally sobbing, first Ellen now Jeff, I can’t believe he drowned in the Amazon River. He didn’t deserve this, ok maybe he did read one tweet.
While many users responded to the trend saying they just couldn’t believe it, the rest used it as an opportunity to circulate memes and jokes about Amazon’s future in Bezos’s absence. One user wrote number rip, Jeff Bezos
He wrote everybody on earth name in his will, we will all be getting $25 and 57 cents, another shared a picture of the American rapper Pitbull, wrote rip Bezos we lost a legend you guys an innovator someone who invented a product so revolutionary you could almost say it was worldwide. We’ll miss you, Mr. Bezos, referring to their resemblance.