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Did Mo’Nique Die Suddenly On The Way To Hospital?!

Did Mo'Nique Die Suddenly On The Way To Hospital?!

Did comedian Mo’Nique just die suddenly on the way to the hospital?!

Take a look at the viral claims, and find out what the facts really are!


Claim : Mo’Nique Died Suddenly On The Way To Hospital!

People are sharing YouTube, Facebook and TikTok videos claiming that comedian Mo’Nique just died suddenly on the way to the hospital, with titles like :

10 minutes ago / Comedian Mo’Nique Died on the way to the hospital / Goodbye Mo’Nique

The death happened a few minutes ago, Our condolences to the family of Comedian Mo’Nique

R.I.P. We are Extremely Sad To Report About Sudden Death Of Mo’NIque

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Truth : Mo’Nique Did NOT Die Suddenly On The Way To Hospital!

This is yet another example of FAKE NEWS created and propagated by people to generate income from page / video views and advertising, and here are the reasons why…

Fact #1 : No Legitimate Media Outlet Reported Her Death

These YouTube and Facebook videos have been circulating for months now, but people don’t seem to notice that no legitimate media has reported Mo’Nique’s death.

Mo’Nique may have been rather quiet in the last few years, but she is still a celebrity. If anything happened to her, the celebrity blogs and media would have covered it. If Mo’Nique died, you can be sure – it would have been covered by celebrity blogs and the media globally.

No legitimate media outlet has reported that Mo’Nique died recently from any cause. Why should you believe no-name websites, or random YouTube / TikTok / Facebook videos?

Fact #2 : Mo’Nique Is Still Alive + Well!

Mo’Nique (born Monique Angela Hicks on December 11, 1967) is still very much alive and well, as of Friday, March 25, 2023, when she last posted a tweet. She also posted a selfie on Instagram a day earlier.

And on March 24, she dropped a trailer for her upcoming Netflix comedy special – My Name Is Mo’Nique!

All those posts came many days to weeks after those YouTube and Facebook videos claimed that she died suddenly on the way to the hospital, or unnamed causes.

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Fact #3 : The Videos Provided No Evidence For Her Death

To generate ad money, the videos must engage you long enough, so they come up with some story that Mo’Nique was suffering from leukaemia, and her journey to “find leukaemia”, and getting “support from France”.

The fake news creator probably wanted to say that Mo’Nique was fighting leukaemia (not find it), and received treatment in France (not get support from France), but things go lost in translation.

In any case, after watching the videos, you will realise that none of them offered any evidence that Mo’Nique had leukaemia, or died from it.

That may anger you, but it doesn’t matter. They got you to watch the video, generating income for them. And they know that most people will not realise that, and forward the fake news to their family and friends!

Fact #4 : They Used Stock Photos

If you look closely at the funeral photos that the YouTube or Facebook videos used to “prove” that Mo’Nique died, you will notice odd things like how there are only white people at her funeral.

That’s because they are stock photos. Take for photo, for example. It’s really an iStock stock photo (#155911571) called “Coffin at a funeral service in a cemetery stock photo” that was uploaded on July 27, 2011.

All they do is just tack on Mo’Nique’s photo onto the stock photo to make you think that it was her funeral.

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Fact #5 : This Is Just Fake Celebrity News

This is yet another example of fake celebrity news created to generate page views and money through advertising, just like these examples:

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