MILEY CYRUS Is The Latest Victim Of Internet Death Hoax

News of actress Miley Cyrus’s death spread quickly earlier this week causing concern among fans across the world, they even pointed out that Miley hadn't posted anything on social media in three days. But Miley's "death" wasn't a misunderstanding at all, nor a false report or a hashtag gone wrong but it's actually a Facebook scam as Huffingtonpost explained. 

Everything started last Saturday (July 19) when a photo (you can see up top) of Miley supposedly overdosing surfaced on the internet along with the alarming headline: "{SHOCKING} Miley Cyrus Found Dead In Her Los Angeles Home!"

The snapshot is from Miley's music video for "Blonde SuperFreak Steals the Magic Brain" with the Flaming Lips and Moby, which was released earlier this month. The intention for this notoriety shouldn't be a surprise,  getting enough clicks made money for the scammers who spread the false rumor.

Miley's hospitalization last April for a severe allergic reaction and her unusual absence from social media fueled the speculation. But the pop star didn't wait for her team to release a statement. The pop star is well and alive, and she's topless. She posted a really cheeky snap on Instagram instead. 

The Adore You singer was actually well aware with the death hoax and actually thought it was really funny.  By not responding, she thinks it is that much more of a joke because people are continuing to believe it.

Do you guys agree with how Miley handled this? Feel free to leave your comments below!