Tiger Woods isn’t dead in 2022 as spam texts swirl on Twitter
Several people have received spam messages claiming that Tiger Woods died following a head-on collision. This is nothing but a baseless rumor as he is alive and well.
The number of death hoaxes, especially involving celebrities, has skyrocketed over the past few months.
Such wild claims have led to a lot of confusion and have convinced many that something terrible has happened to a celebrity.
Golf pro Tiger is the latest player to fall prey to sick trolls.
Spam texts claim Tiger Woods is dead
Several Twitter users have shared screenshots of messages they received falsely claiming Tiger’s death.
it Reads: “Tiger Woods, famous, killed in head-on crash.”
Apparently, this isn’t the only fake news about the golfer hitting the Internet.
Other spam texts claim he was involved in an accident with a pedestrian and failed a field sobriety test.
However, there is no truth in any of the above claims.
The golfer is alive and well in 2022
Tiger is doing well
He is very active on social media and updates his fans about his initiatives and other golf related activities.
For the uninitiated, he met with an accident in February 2021 and was hospitalized following a car wreck.
It is said that he suffered multiple injuries on his leg and underwent surgery. He appeared in his first interview in May 2021 and said the pain he endured after the accident “has been a whole different animal.”
“I understand more about rehabilitation processes because of my past injuries, but this was more painful than anything I’ve ever experienced,” he said.
In June 2022, it was revealed that he would not play in the 2022 US Open.
Death tricks have become common
Clickbait stories about fake celebrity deaths have unfortunately become a growing trend on social media.
There are many channels and websites that actively spread false reports without evidence.
We suggest our readers to only trust news from reliable and verified sources whose reports are backed by sufficient evidence.
In the recent past, HITC has busted death hoaxes involving a number of celebrities including Snoop Dogg, Tom Holland and even Cristiano Ronaldo.
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