Dave Coulier Death Hoax – The death of comedian Dave Coulier earlier this week prompted outrage among fans worldwide. The July 2023 rumour, on the other hand, has already been exposed as a complete forgery, the latest in a long line of bogus celebrity death rumours. Fortunately, the comedian most known for his role on Full House is still alive and well.
On Thursday, rumours of the comedian’s death spread after a ‘R.I.P. Dave Coulier’ Facebook page acquired nearly a million “likes.” Those who read the ‘About’ page received a believable explanation for the American comedian’s death: “Our beloved comedian Dave Coulier died on Thursday (July 06, 2023) at around 11 a.m. ET.” Dave Coulier was born on September 21, 1959, in St. Clair Shores, Michigan. He will be missed, but never forgotten. Please express your condolences and condolences by commenting on and liking this page.”
Hundreds of fans immediately began leaving condolence notes on the Facebook page, expressing their sorrow at the death of the outstanding 63-year-old comedian and actor. And, as usual, the death fake infuriated the Twittersphere. While some trusting followers trusted the message, others were skeptical, presumably having learned their lesson from the enormous number of bogus celebrity death tales that have appeared in recent months. Some noted that the news had not been carried on any major American network, hinting that it was a fake, as the death of a comedian of Dave Coulier’s calibre would be well publicized.
On Friday (July 07), Dave Coulier’s representatives formally acknowledged his death. “He now joins a long list of celebrities who have been duped by this hoax.” “He’s still alive and well; don’t believe everything you see on the Internet,” they pointed out. Some fans were angry by the fake news, calling it dangerous, frightening, and disrespectful to fans of the well-known comic. Others contend that this proves his global appeal.