Debunked: Snoop Dogg is alive in 2022 as old rumor resurfaces

Debunked: Snoop Dogg is alive in 2022 as old rumor resurfaces

Published July 11, 2022
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Snoop Dogg is the latest to have fallen victim to the infamous death hoax. However, we can confirm that he’s alive and happy as opposed to what the baseless rumors claim.

Today, July 10, concerned fans rushed to social media after coming across fake reports about his death, only to realize that he was leading a happy life, not paying heed to these wild claims.

Every now and then such rumors claiming the false death of celebrities go viral. And this time, reports based on an old rumor about Snoop have resurfaced on social media, leaving several fans convinced that he had passed away.

The ridiculous rumors claiming the death of Snoop have been making rounds on the Internet for a while now.

Fans have noted on Twitter that a random advertisement falsely claiming the rapper’s death popped up when they were streaming other videos.

Another outlet that debunked the same rumor, has reported that a page that went by ‘R.I.P Snoop Dogg’ on Facebook shared a post about the rapper’s death “At about 11 a.m. ET on Saturday (July 09, 2022), our beloved rapper Snoop Dogg passed away. “

Thankfully, the page seems to have been since taken down.

Although some celebrities take the time to refute rumors about their deaths, Snoop hasn’t paid heed to them.

But, going by his social media activities and lack of evidence, we can confirm that the rapper is alive and living his life to the fullest in 2022.

Moreover, this isn’t the first time he has fallen prey to a death hoax. A similar rumor once shocked fans in 2013 when it was reported that he had passed away.

While rumors about Snoop’s false death have sparked conversations on the Internet, the rapper is busy cheering his Special Stars at the SSS 5th Annual Football & Cheer Camp at Los Angeles Southwest College.

Snoop Youth Football League (SYFL) is a non-profit organization founded by the rapper.

“The SYFL serves children between the ages of five and thirteen, teaching them the values of teamwork, good sportsmanship, discipline, and self-respect, while also stressing the importance of academics,” the website states.