You gotta be careful with the stuff you see on Facebook, and I'm here to help you identify what's real and what's fake. THIS is a FAKE!
This ad supposedly from Whataburger advertising a "Dollar Burger Day" at its locations is actually not true after patrons began to flood the restaurants Facebook page asking if it was real or not...
You've probably seen the video on Social Media about a homeless man pulling out a Square Reader to take a handout, but is it a hoax. There are three sides to every story and the homeless man is ready to tell his.
KFC donated $30,000 after one of its restaurants in Jackson, Mississippi reportedly asked the family of a 3-year-old girl to leave because scars she has from a pit bull attack were frightening other customers. There’s one big problem, though: the whole incident appears never to have happened.
Remember when Marty McFly hopped on a pink Hoverboard to get away from a bunch of punks in 'Back to the Future 2'? Next to those coming-soon power shoelaces, that hoverboard is one of Doc Brown's most coveted inventions.
Last week we reported that a horrible mom was letting the internet vote to decide the name of her child for a measly $5,000. We can now thankfully say that the whole thing was a big, stinking hoax, perpetrated by none other than the company holding the contest.
In early September, Notre Dame linebacker and Heisman Trophy candidate Manti Te’o—just days after learning of the death of his girlfriend—led the Fighting Irish to an emotional upset of then-#10 Michigan State. However, in one of the most bizarre twists we’ve seen in college football, it now appears that the whole story about a dying girlfriend was a hoax.
Many people felt for Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o when he lost both his grandmother, and his girlfriend in a span of just a few hours. As it turns out, the whole girlfriend thing was totally made up.
Taylor Swift is not dead. The 22-year-old songstress joins a not-so-illustrious group that includes country superstars like Reba McEntire and Garth Brooks, in that she is the latest victim of an online death hoax. Recently, all three of these acts have made membership in a group that no one would want. Thankfully, the ‘Mean’ singer is alive and well and this was all a, well, mean joke.