Fans of the rap icon Eminem were shocked and outraged by a hoax that claimed he had died on December 10th, 2023, in Madison, Wisconsin. The false information was displayed on Google searches and his Wikipedia page, causing a frenzy on social media platforms.

The source of the hoax was traced to an account named Pop Base on X, a popular social media site. The account posted a screenshot of Eminem’s Wikipedia page, which had been vandalized by an unknown user to show his death date. Google searches also showed the same misleading information, leading many fans to believe that the rapper had passed away.

However, there was no evidence to support the hoax, and no official confirmation from Eminem’s representatives or family. The hoax was quickly debunked by other sources, and the Wikipedia page was restored to its original state. Fans expressed their relief and anger at the prank, which they deemed disrespectful and insensitive.

This was not the first time that Eminem had been the target of a death hoax. In 2006, a conspiracy theory emerged that claimed that the rapper had died and been replaced by a clone. This theory resurfaced in August 2023, when “RIP Eminem” trended on social media due to another false report.

Eminem, whose real name is Marshall Mathers, is widely regarded as one of the most influential and successful rappers of all time. He has sold over 220 million records worldwide, and won 15 Grammy Awards and an Academy Award. He is also known for his controversial and provocative lyrics, which often address personal and social issues.

Eminem alive and well, despite Google and Wikipedia hoax