Is Trisha Paytas dead? Here's truth behind car accident viral hoax as Internet says ‘nobody liked her’
It was being reported on Twitter that TMZ news had published the report, but there was no truth to it as there was no news of it on their official website or on their official social media accounts
Popular American YouTuber Trisha Paytas, who has always managed to make headlines via several controversies, was most recently part of the hot discussion amongst the social media users when the hashtag “#riptrisha” started trending on Twitter. The news of the 32-year-old social media personality dying in a car accident was being discussed widely on the micro-blogging site.
However, it was soon revealed that the death news of Trisha Paytas was a hoax and she was very much alive. Apparently, it was being reported on Twitter that TMZ news had published the report, but there was no truth to it as there was no news of it on their official website or on their official social media accounts. Speaking on the viral hoax, one user shared a funny video and asserted, “a sneak peek of my special performance at trisha’s funeral stay tuned for more #RIPTRISHAAutomobile.” Another posted, “STREETS SAYING TRISHA PAYATAS GOT HIT BY A CAR?? #riptrisha.”
The description of the Twitter hasthtag soon made it clear she was not dead. Reacting to this one said, “Description man is DONE with you’re a**es #riptrisha.” Another added, “Since the WORD 'Cancel' is trending, can we cancel the #riptrisha hashtag, since Twitter's telling the world that the trend tag is utter dog-flavored bulls**t?” One individual posted, “#riptrisha Nobody liked her and that's why she is famous. Good night Twitter love ya.”
Since the WORD 'Cancel' is trending, can we cancel the #riptrisha hashtag, since Twitter's telling the world that the trend tag is utter dog-flavored bullshit?— Blazikenpwnsyou (@Blazikenpwnsyou) December 1, 2020
#riptrisha Nobody liked her and that's why she is famous. Good night Twitter love ya.— JonJonIsExcited (@JonJonIsSad) December 1, 2020
As, the news of Trisha Paytas’ death hoax got viral on the Internet, the lady herself logged into Twitter and busted the myth. Taking it to her official account, she posted, “Oh s**t Twitter thought I was dead ?? Yikes ! I’m alive.”
Oh shit Twitter thought I was dead ?? Yikes ! I’m alive.— Trisha Paytas (@trishapaytas) November 30, 2020
Trisha Kay Paytas is an American media personality, YouTuber and model. Born in Riverside, California, Paytas was raised in Illinois before relocating to Los Angeles in her teens. After moving, she became a stripper and began acting on the side, primarily as an extra.
The former music video model is often involved in a lot of Internet drama. It was only in October 2020 when Trisha’s TikTok video was removed from the video-sharing app after she accidentally flashed her privates while dancing. Trisha had uploaded a series of videos in two different underwear sets as she took her fans to the set of her new music video. In one of the videos, she donned a bright blue lingerie set and danced confidently when she accidentally flashed her followers. In the past, she has also made headlines for sharing intimate personal vlogs from her kitchen floor. Paytas is one of the biggest names on YouTube with over 5 million subscribers on different channels.