Once upon a time there was a kid who really loved saxophone it was me the end poster, canvas

Once upon a time there was a kid who really loved saxophone it was me the end poster, canvas

Once upon a time there was a kid who really loved saxophone poster, canvas

Once upon a time there was a kid who really loved saxophone it was me the end poster, canvas
Once upon a time there was a kid who really loved saxophone it was me the end poster, canvas

Why is #RIPEminem trending on social media? What happened to Eminem?

#RIPEminem is suddenly seeing going viral on social media and many fans of Eminem are wondering what happened to Eminem and why is Rip Eminem trending. It seems that it all started with a single Tweet from a person whose account is made private now due to the backlash he has received. He made a tweet with hashtag RipEminem and it caught on to spread like wildfire.

This week, Twitter user @Levicumsock posted a tweet saying, “I have killed Eminem.” The user’s account has since gone private, but this tweet may have caused the avalanche of #RIPEminem tweets on Tuesday.

Of course, that immediately brought fear and anxiety for fans of the rapper. Some were furious that someone would even attempt to crack this joke while others simply met the hashtag with humor. “#ripeminem dont yall dare do a hashtag like this ever again. made my damn heart drop,” one user dropped. Anthony Fantano, for example, shared a photoshop job of himself on Facetime with Ellen Degeneres to debunk the rumors of the rap legend’s death. “#ripeminem Eminem Alive We Are FaceTiming,” he tweeted.

Now, some Eminem fans are using the hashtag to express their concerns about the rapper. However, in typical internet fashion, others are using this trending topic to share funny memes and tweets.So Eminem is well and doing great. This was just another social media hoax.

Once upon a time there was a kid who really loved saxophone it was me the end poster, canvas
Once upon a time there was a kid who really loved saxophone it was me the end poster, canvas

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