The Boy Who Cried Dead Girlfriend
No, Tyga is NOT dead: YouTube vision video explained
Well, well, well, twice in one month we're talking college football on our relationships blog. Brief background, for those who haven't been obsessing over the story like the rest of the country: Manti Te'o is a star linebacker for Notre Dame, who helped lead them to play in the national championship game. He did so despite two back-to-back tragedies, the death of his grandmother and the death of his girlfriend, Lennay Kekua. But wait just a minute: Lennay Kekua never actually existed.
The hoaxer who breaks women's hearts
The journalist who exposed the hoax behind Manti Teo's alleged girlfriend dying of cancer said today that it would take a 'great deal of faith' for someone to believe the Notre Dame star was fooled into thinking she existed for so long. The tear-jerking story of the emerging football star who excelled on the field in spite of the death of his girlfriend and grandmother was revealed yesterday as an 'elaborate hoax' and Te'o quickly came out to say he was the victim of 'online predators'. But Timothy Burke, who co-wrote the Deadspin article with Jack Dickey, spoke to the TODAY show and said he finds it hard to believe the linebacker was duped for so long and did not know Lennay Kekua was not a real person. Scroll down for video. Embattled: An investigation has found that Heisman Trophy runner-up Manti Te'o's tragic story of a girlfriend who died of Leukemia last year is completely false.
Rapper Tyga is NOT dead. YouTube has been known to make some of the videos go viral. The video had gained popularity because of the success that came from the vision video.