Eminem was stabbed four times and left for dead in New York City.
1. Eminem in hospital for being stabbed 4 times.
2. [VIDEO] – Eminem Near Death After Being Stabbed 4 Times!
happened late last night outside of a Houston night club! we wish marshal a speedy recovery!
3. Video – Eminem Near Death After Being Stabbed By Crazed Fan In Australia!
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4. Rapper “Eminem” Dies in Car Accident.
Multi-platinum artist Marshall Mathers, known by the stage name “Eminem”, was killed at 2:30AM EST while driving a rental car on his way to a late-night party.
Mathers, who authorities believe was under the influence of alcohol or drugs, was behind the wheel of a Saturn coupe that witnesses say swerved to avoid a slow moving vehicle, then lost control and slammed into a grove of trees.
The car was crumpled by the impact, making extraction of Mather’s body very difficult. He was declared dead on the scene by paramedics who arriced a short time later.
Authorities would not comment on details surrounding the accident other than to confirm the identity of the victim.
Mathers was 26.
5. Eminem Dies In Fatal Car Accident
Top Stories – Rap Singer Eminem died this morning in a terrible car crash. The cause of this horrible accident was blamed for the cell phone that he was using when riding in his car. It is thought that he was not paying attention when he swerved into an oncoming truck.
He was brought to a hospital in critical condition, but he died from bleeding to death. “There was really nothing we could do to help him” said Dr. Adams who was taking care of Eminem at the time.We will always remember Eminem from his music and his words. MTV will be having a special memorial program for him.
“First it’s Pac then it’s Biggie then Eminem” said Snoop Dogg, another famous rap singer.
Messages in several variants, some also accompanying graphic picture and videos, claim to show that famous American rapper Eminem, i.e. Marshall Bruce Mathers III was stabbed four times and was left for dead in New York City. They are not facts, the story is a hoax, and a scam/spam in most cases.
The messages about Eminem being stabbed to death surfaced on Facebook recently, enticing the users to click on the links, images or videos accompanying them. Following these messages, “Eminem stabbed” became a trend on Twitter and the stories also circulated through image sharing sites like Pinterest and Flickr. Some versions of these messages showed a graphic picture showing a man’s back brutally stabbed. However, he is not Eminem, it is some other person who was injured in a knife fight. All these messages are only meant to mislead, scam and/or spam Facebook users, like by offering surveys to view the news content and fake offers to steal the personal information of users. In some cases, cyber criminals can also lure the users to download harmful software/trojans, sometimes without the knowledge of the person.
So it is strictly advised NOT to click these links. Eminem is not dead, he is pretty much alive! If he really met with any of those accidents mentioned in many messages above, it would have easily made into mainstream news. So be careful while clicking links that talk about celebrity deaths or accidents like this – it is a commonly used scamming technique. If you want to know information about the news, instead of clicking such links, you can simply search for related news.
It is to be noted that this message talking about Eminem’s death is not new, it has been circulating since few years, in various scamming versions. This is similar to the scam messages that said Undertaker (or John Cena) of World Wrestling Entertainment died in a neck injury.
In case you have become a victim of this Facebook clickjacking scam, you must delete the related Facebook posts from your timeline, also along with any possible app that you might have installed. And if you feel you have downloaded any malware, you should also make sure to delete that from your computer by using a malware removal software.
So the bottom line is that Eminem is not stabbed or dead, and these are simply hoax and scam messages. Do not click, like or share such stories.
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