We just told you what buzz did the death of Michael Jackson create on social media websites like Twitter, which was very good, because people were able to find out instantly. Now the bad part is that there are fake rumors of other celebrities’ death, like Harrison Ford or Jeff Goldblum. Those rumors are absolutely fake, but make Twitter users seem to have believed and there are also a lot of websites that and some newspapers that didn’t double check the news and said it’s true.
It’s clear that Twitter is no official source of news, Twitter users are not journalists and can’t be trusted 100%, but it seems like the websites and newspapers we were telling you earlier didn’t know this. Because of this, the craze about the two celebrities’ death has spread and now many other websites profit of this to gain some spare traffic.
Excepting the fact that people fell the victims of some fake rumors, it’s a bad situations for the celebrities to be considered dead. We should find a way to deal with those kind of issues.
Read More On This Topic:
- How to track Michael Jackson and Jeff Goldblum News on Social Media
- Michael Jackson died of a heart attack, makes buzz on Twitter
- Social Media Helps Obama To Keep People Informed About The Swine Flu