If there ever was an award for the funniest response to a death hoax, then Ricky Martin could easily grab it. The popstar decided to quash the rumors of his death himself, but in the most clever way possible, posting some awesome photos of the afterlife. The fake rumors regarding Martin’s death started to spread on the web when a YouTube video which was later proved to be a hoax, claimed to show images from an auto wreck in which the 43-year-old Grammy-winning singer was supposedly killed.
Martin then took to Instagram on Sunday to share some pictures of #heaven.
According to the Washington Post, the images could be from a beach located in Culebra, Puerto Rico, the singer’s home country. As for the hoax, some fans fell for it and expressed their anguish in social media. However, The “Livin’ la Vida Loca” hitmaker confirmed that not only is he alive but he also looks great and is ready for the release of his newest album, “A Quien Quiere Escuchar” that will be released next month.
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