No, these YouTube videos don’t show Kobe Bryant’s helicopter crash

\ud3ec\ucee4 - \uc704\ud0a4\ubc31\uacfc, \uc6b0\ub9ac \ubaa8\ub450\uc758 \ubc31\uacfc\uc0ac\uc804id=”article-body” class=”row” section=”article-body”> Streeter Lecka/Getty Images Basketball great Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter Gianna and seven others died Sunday in a horrific helicopter crash. Mourning for Bryant and the others continued Monday. But as often happens in the case of high-profile tragedies, some looked to capitalize on Bryant’s death. Multiple videos showing a different helicopter crash were uploaded to YouTube with captions claiming they showed Bryant’s crash.

CNET is choosing not to link to the hoax videos here, but the headline of one should’ve given away the fact that it was fake. It’s titled “Video Footage Helicopter crash of Kobe bryant with her daughter,” using the “her” pronoun for 오바마카지노쿠폰 Bryant. That video was uploaded on Sunday and was still available on Monday afternoon, 더나인카지노 with more than 1.4 million views. The poster turned comments off, presumably so no one could point out the video was a hoax.

A second video, also posted Sunday, had more than 325,000 views as of this writing. That video did allow comments, many of which angrily pointed out the video was false and berated the YouTube user for posting it. CNET requested comment from two email addresses listed with that video, 퍼스트카지노 but did not receive an immediate response.

More on the death of Kobe Bryant

NBA great Kobe Bryant is mourned after helicopter crash

Bryant’s death spurs Planters to pause promo of Mr. Peanut funeral

Tributes pour in from from the Philippines to Puerto Rico

YouTube did not immediately respond to a request for 솔레어카지노먹튀 comment.

One comment, from YouTube user Renee Franklin, 카니발카지노쿠폰 read “Come on people…THIS ISN’T THE SAME. Look at the terrain…California hills don’t look like that. And fog was out according to the weather.”

On Monday, urban-legends site Snopes.com added a page about the false videos and identified the actual crash shown in the videos. According to Snopes.com, the crash shown happened in December 2018 in the United Arab Emirates when a rescue helicopter crashed near the world’s largest zipline. A BBC story on the crash says four people were killed.

Comments Sports YouTube Notification on Notification off Online

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Powered by WordPress | Theme Designed by: axis Bank bca Bank bni Bank bri Bank btn Bank cimbniaga Bank citibank Bank danamon Bank Indonesia Bank mandiri Bank ocbc bank Panin Bank syaria hmandiri dana google gopay indihome kaskus kominfo linkaja.id maybank ovo telkom telkomsel WA