Viral Message: Julio Smith, a 21-year old man has killed his 18-year old friend Paulo John for making them lose a match in the famous game Fornite.
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Julio Smith, a 21-year old man has killed his 18-year old friend Paulo John for making them lose a match in the famous game Fornite. Yesterday, Paulo brought his laptop to Julio’s house so they could play Fornite together and create winning strategies. After playing a very important match, when they were about to win, Paulo made a mistake that costed them the match.
According to Julio, Paulo said that “his nose was itching”, and that’s why he made the mistake. Nevertheless, Julio reached a knife and ended Paulo’s life by stabbing him 63 times.
After calming down, Julio called an ambulance, to “see if he could survive”. But it was late. He was dead.
Julio was arrested today in the morning for murder, and could face up to 10 years in prison. He said he “regrets nothing” and that “he [Paulo] had it will deserved”.
The only thing he feels bad about is that he won’t be able to play Fortnite anymore.
Viral Message Verification:- The about Man Stabs His Friend 63 Times For Making Them Lose A Fortnite Match was published in a satire website 8shit.com, archive link here. There is no such news about fortnite in any of the media sites apart from 8shit and some other satire websites.
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