Another day, another Jackie Chan death hoax. Rumors have been swirling online for weeks that the popular martial arts superstar passed away after perfecting a deadly movie stunt. That's NOT true. And to prove that he's still alive and well, Chan continues to keep things real on Facebook, updating his fans and thanking them for their awesome love and support over the years. FYI - did fans know Chan's work in Bruce Lee's 1973 film "Enter the Dragon" went uncredited because he was still unknown in Hollywood at the time? Check it out!
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First, some background info on this ridiculous celebrity death hoax that slammed the internet back in July:
Don't click that Facebook link if you ever see it. It's FAKE, and most likely scam. Still, "RIP Jackie Chan" quickly went viral on Twitter, and Mstars promptly debunked such morbid lies:
Earlier this summer, pranksters also spread the rumor that Chan died in a horrific car accident. Again, not true:
This time around, Chan hasn't even wasted breath in denying such disturbing reports. Instead, he continues to update his truly loyal fans on Facebook:
成龍 Jackie Chan, August 8: "Thank you for watching my movies!"
成龍 Jackie Chan, August 10: "I love my fans! They are always so supportive!"
Along with some awesome movie facts and trivia:
成龍 Jackie Chan, August 12: "This is Jackie with Bruce Lee in the film Enter the Dragon. Jackie did stunts for this film, and even went uncredited because he hadn't yet become famous!"
Keep the good vibes going, Mr. Chan!