Fact Check: Did Jimmy Fallon Die in 2022? death scam explained


On Tuesday, November 15, Jimmy Fallon trended on Twitter after one more death hoax that convinced some fans that the late night host had died unexpectedly. Anyway, it didn’t take too long to discover that #RIPJimmyFallon was out of touch with reality. But the obvious trend has been the “ligma” jokes on Twitter. A fake tweet from The Tonight Show became a Twitter sensation on November 14, leading some to think that Jimmy Fallon is dead. But the star is still alive and well in 2022.

Celebrity death scams have become commonplace on the internet in recent years, and Jimmy Fallon was no exception. The Jimmy Fallon death hoax comes after celebrities like Tom Holland, Wendy Williams, and more are targeted. It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of Jimmy Fallon (1923-2022), late night legend, husband and father of two. The post also included past photos of Fallon with his dog. People succumbed to the fake post when a photo that appeared to be from the Tonight Show official account surfaced.

Ligma jokes surrounding Jimmy Fallon are trending on Twitter.

Likewise, many tweets claim that Jimmy Fallon died of “ligma” and it’s just a meaningless web joke, especially when hoaxes about a death of this nature go viral. For those who don’t know, “Ligma” is the fake disease and web scam that claimed the life of Fortnite streamer Ninja. Also refers to internet slang. After #RIPJimmyFallon started trending, trolls joined the discussion and made Rigma jokes. One customer said I was crying right now. Last year I lost a dear friend to Rigma. We are praying for the loved ones of Jimmy Fallon. Now he’s in a better place.

Fallon died in “ligma” and Jimmy Fallon trending in meme posters calling for Trump to be re-elected? Another user commented that Twitter really feels like Twitter in any case. The third tweet read: Brother I took to Twitter and thought Jimmy Fallon was dead and it was a rigma joke. Jimmy turned to Twitter’s new CEO, Elon Musk, for help in dealing with a viral hashtag that speculated he was dead. On his official Twitter account, the TV host shared: Elon, can you fix it anytime? #RIPJimmyFallon. Tesla CEO Elon Musk has not yet responded to Jimmy Fallon’s tweet.



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