Beloved "Fast and Furious" actor Paul Walker passed away in a tragic car crash on November 30, 2013. But for some reason, a morbid rumor recently went viral on the web - that Walker is still alive and that he actually faked his own death. Such disturbing gossip is NOT true... but that hasn't stopped fans from exploding on Twitter:
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@mazdamontes_7: "So uh Paul Walker is still alive."
@rinuhhh_: "Paul walker faked his death Is what people are saying. Paul doesn't have that much of a cold heart to do that..."
@MarissaGodbey: "So apparently there's a possiblity that Paul Walker faked his death.. regardless of reasoning, I'd just be happy he's still alive."
@y0bieber: "People keep saying Paul Walker is alive... why would he want to fake his own death?"
@caitlyngreen18: "Now the media is saying tht paul walker faked his death!!! I don't know what to believe anymore!?"
Such horrible rumors went viral thanks to this BOGUS nodisinfo report. Apparently, Walker's family members (including girlfriend Jasmine Pilchard-Gosnell) are covering-up the star's "fake" death. Producers of "Fast and Furious" also supposedly helped plan the mock crash. Roger Rodas allegedly didn't die in the tragic explosion either. The website falsely claims:
"It has been proven beyond a shadow of a doubt, here, that the accident is a fabrication and that there wasn't any real car crash. Rather, what is seen is imagery of a man-made car fire and a car pre-placed in position to be incinerated: without either Walker or Rodas inside."
Nodisinfo even provides photographic evidence that Walker's still alive.
This is completely ridiculous... and quite heartless. Walker and Rodas did die in the horrific crash, and it's not funny spreading around such a disturbing hoax.
This viral screenshot image of an IB Times article isn't helping matters, either:
Or this shocking video footage, which allegedly shows Walker trying to escape from the burning car:
All of these "conspiracy theories" are fake... Walker and longtime friend Rodas did both pass away in the tragic Porsche Carrera GT crash back in November. Their memories should be cherished, not shaded by such crazy lies and fabrications.
RIP, Paul Walker and Roger Rodas.