Trevor Noah responds to death hoax with hilarious tweet


Trevor Noah, “The Daily Show” host, was the victim of a death hoax that claimed he was gunned down by a deranged fan while signing autographs for fans after a concert in Orlando.

Noah responded to the hoax on his Twitter account by sharing a screenshot of the website’s page that carried the news of his “fake” death.

According to Gossip Cop, which debunked the rumors of Noah’s death, Houston News detailed the alleged incident when the host was attacked.

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“It was a two-gunned stranger — possibly a deranged fan — who murdered the South African king of comedy Trevor Noah as he signed autographs after a night concert in Orlando,” Houston News wrote. The website also detailed incidents that were closely related to Christina Grimmie’s death. Grimmie was fatally shot last June after a concert in Orlando, Florida. The 22-year-old singer was at the Plaza Live Theater in Orlando for a meet-and-greet, when an obsessed fan shot her twice before taking his own life.

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This is not the first time Noah became a victim of a death hoax. In March, a fake news claimed the South African comedian died after being injured in a car accident.

“His vehicle hit a patch of water outside Potchefstroom and the car aquaplaned and hit a light standard. Noah sustained internal injuries and died at the spot,” the fake news report said at the time, according to Gossip Cop. “The comedian’s passing has left a massive hole in the industry… He will be sorely missed by his peers and the public and our sincerest condolences go out to his family.”


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