Black Panther hoax

Internet trolls are sharing graphic images to discourage whites from buying tickets to see Black Panther, which opens nationwide in theaters today (Feb. 16). Trolls have been posting fake memes on social media for weeks, hoping to scare whites away from the theaters.

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Keaton Jones

Celebrities reacted last night to the GoFundMe hoax perpetrated by a southern redneck who hoped to cash in on a viral video that claimed her son was bullied in school.

Both the Tennessee woman behind the hoax, Kimberly Jones, 37, and her son, Keaton, were exposed as racists and both of her GoFundme accounts were frozen last night after outraged social media users contacted the crowdfunding platform.

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