Several fans probably know Miranda Lynn as Vine's infamous "Shovel Fight Girl." Check it out (via WorldStarHipHop):
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The clip quickly went viral - Lynn even got epic remixes to Ludacris and Kendrick Lamar:
Plus many, many more.
The infamous Cinco de Mayo girl fight video later went viral on Youtube, but was quickly deleted. But you can still watch here:
[WARNING, EXPLICIT FOOTAGE]
Really not that funny, but most fans still can't help watching such a crazy (and disturbing) train-wreck.
"Shovel Fight Girl" finally identified herself on Twitter as teenager Miranda Lynn:
"Hi I'm Miranda I smoke weed for a living I'm getting inked up and I love everyone who can respect me."
Seems like a wild chick.
After getting whacked in the head by a shovel, #RIPShovelFightGirl began trending on Twitter and Facebook. A FAKE news article currently circulating on popular social media sites reads:
"Miranda Fugate died of serious head injuries after being hit with a shovel in the head by an old friend of hers named Emily Powers. The whole thing was caught on video and posted all over the internet and generated around 500,000 video views in just 2 days. In the video, the two girls begin fist fighting outside Emily's house for a few seconds before Emily threatened to go inside her house and bring out an air soft gun which shoots plastic BB's, when Miranda suddenly charged at Emily, Emily grabbed a nearby shovel and "cracked" Miranda in the dome. If you haven't seen the video, watch the video below: At first, It only seemed like a minor head injury as Miranda also temporarily lost one ear's hearing. Suddenly, while watching 'Mean Girls' at home that same day, Miranda collapsed and died instantly. Doctors are saying she died of severe head trauma. "She was a good girl" Miranda's mother cried to reporters, "I mean, she was sort of a bully, but she did not deserve to get molly whooped like that, especially with a shovel right to the head". Emily will not be charged with second degree murder but instead man-slaughter as she was only protecting herself, and succeeded."
But this is just a morbid death hoax, Lynn is still indeed alive and well (although she might have a slight headache):
@miranda_fugate: "I'm not dead... Idk why there's rumors saying I am."
@miranda_fugate: "So fake."
Lynn continues amusing fans (and instigating her viral 15-minutes of cyber fame) with witty (and somewhat inappropriate) tweets and videos. Check out her official Twitter account here.
So, no, Shovel Fight Girl is not dead. Likely expect more insane footage to come.