Rumors of Adam Sandler’s death spook fans after TikTok hoax sweeps the internet

The BASELESS rumor claiming Adam Sandler is dead spooked fans after a TikTok prank clip went viral online.

A social media video, published last November, ridiculously claimed that the comic, 55, had died from drowning.

Sick rumors announcing Adam Sandler's death spread online


Sick rumors announcing Adam Sandler’s death spread onlineCredit: Getty
Anxious fans flocked to the comments after the hoax went viral


Anxious fans flocked to the comments after the hoax went viralCredit: TikTok

The Tiktokers, known only as Gio.yurr, revealed that it was nothing more than a “sick joke”.

Worried users commented as the clip went viral, HITC report.

One said: “I stopped after reading and felt the pain for a few minutes.”

Another commented: “Damn dude, u scared the s**t out of me lol(sic).”

And a third said, “You scared me a little for a moment.”

The rumors are completely untrue and Sandler is alive and well.

He paid tribute to the late manga Bob saget after his death.

Sandler wrote: “Wonderful man. Fun to die. What a good person. Love Bob and his whole family.”

Sandler appeared on the satirical show Saturday Night Live from 1990 to 1995.

He starred in the films Happy Gilmore, Big Daddy, and the 2006 film Click.

Sandler voices Dracula in the first three films of the Hotel Transylvania franchise.


The hoax comes just a few months after a fake rumor that the rapper Playboi Carti is dead vortex on the net.

A report from a fake news website claims that Atlanta The rapper, whose real name is Jordan Terrell Carter, was discovered unresponsive in his hotel room. The report was wrong.

It is not known who created the post, but it has received more than 28,000 shares, according to HITC.

This is not the first time rumors about illness have been spread regarding the rapper’s health and well-being.

In 2019, a fake news article claimed that Carti was killed in a car crash in Los Angeles, according to Heavy.

The report alleges that backing vocalist was driving a vehicle and was under the influence of “many controlled substances” when the collision occurred. Again, the report is false.

Many famous people had to confirm that they were alive and well after rumors of sick deaths spread online.

In 2009, it was reported that Jeff Goldblum had died after falling from a cliff in New Zealand.

Fans of the Jurassic Park actor rushed to offer their condolences before realizing it was a sick joke.

Jeff seemed to have laughed about the incident when he said: “No one will miss Jeff Goldblum more than I do.

In 2011, it was reported that Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson had fallen off a mountain in New Zealand.

The legendary Hollywood actor and wrestler unleashed online trolls when he tweeted: “I’d love to meet the person who’s been spreading rumors about my death – to show them what it’s like to have an amputated foot. with their **”.

And, it was wrongly reported in 2014 that Home Alone star Macaulay Culkin died in New York City apartment.

He and his band The Pizza Underground responded by posting photos of the two staging a parody of the 1989 comedy Weekend at Bernie’s.

Culkin also shared a selfie, adding: “We’re on tour, silly people.” Rumors of Adam Sandler’s death spook fans after TikTok hoax sweeps the internet


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