Jackie Chan reported dead... again

19 Jun – Another Jackie Chan death hoax has been circulating the web recently, causing much confusion and anger to the star's family and fans.

As reported on International Business Times, the 59-year-old action superstar allegedly passed away from a heart attack due to extreme stress, a report that was also purportedly confirmed by a hospital in Los Angeles.

In addition, a new Facebook page, "RIP Jackie Chan" was also created, causing much misunderstanding among fans of the star.

Representatives of the "CZ12" actor have responded to the death reports, saying, "Jackie Chan is alive and well. He didn't suffer a heart attack as was reported on many social networking sites and online news portals."

This is not the first time that the actor has been pronounced dead. Jackie was the victim of a celebrity death hoax in 2010, March and August 2011, as well as in 2012, with the actor reportedly dead due to a skiing accident.

Editor’s note:Yahoo Philippines encourages responsible comments that add dimension to the discussion. No bashing or hate speech, please. You can express your opinion without slamming others or making derogatory remarks.

  • What can void a new car warranty? James Deakin - Wheel Power
    What can void a new car warranty?

    "I was denied warranty once for changing my horn!" One very annoyed reader wrote. "I was told that placing a backup camera will void my warranty" said another. The others are best left in my private inbox as Yahoo! have a swear jar in the office that I do not feel like donating this week's pay to. Continue reading → …

  • Docu exposes destruction of PH marine resources VERA Files - The Inbox
    Docu exposes destruction of PH marine resources

    By Kiersnerr Gerwin B. Tacadena, VERA Files “Gutom (hunger),” Sen. Loren Legarda said is what’s in store for the Filipino people if destruction of the country's marine resources is not stopped. Legarda, chair of the Senate committee on Environment and Natural … Continue reading → …

  • ‘Yolanda’ fiberglass boats modern-day Noah’s ark VERA Files - The Inbox
    ‘Yolanda’ fiberglass boats modern-day Noah’s ark

    By Jane Dasal, VERA Files If you want to save the earth, build a boat. That's what a group of environmentalists is saying, especially if you want to save both the forests and fishermen affected by supertyphoon “Yolanda” (Haiyan). “Haiyan … Continue reading → …

POLL
Loading...
Poll Choice Options