A Metairie woman has caused a Facebook stir with her "Edible Chicken Bears" for you to throw on the pit or toss in the oven. For a few extra bucks, she says she'll even make clothes for the edible chicken bear. But, is she for real?
By now you may have seen an image of a woman's infected breast claiming to have "larvae" or "abnormal creatures" growing in and around the nipple in your Facebook News Feed. Don't click it. It's a hoax.
In the latest conspiracy theory propaganda to circulate on Facebook, a heavily shared photo (above) suggests that 'crisis actors' were hired by Homeland Security in an effort to push for gun control. It even points out that one of the parents 'acted' as an attorney for Aurora shooting suspect James Holmes.
2012 has been a year of the Death Hoax....Remember Justin Bieber, Ryan Gosling, Lil Wayne, Chris Brown and Jon Bon Jovi just to name a few. Now, for the latest hoax.....R. Kelly. Reports of R. Kelly's death surfaced online early this morning. It wasn't long before R. Kelly himself, killed the rumor by tweeting a photo of himself, and said "Glad I don't even know how to Jet ski."
Usher‘s not dead. Twitter told us so. After the R&B superstar fell victim of a death hoax that went viral on the web, he tweeted to let fans know that he is alive and well, and even shared a photo of him flexing his ripped abs to prove it.