Fact check: King Sejong Institute died in 2022? From Twitter to ‘RIP King Sejong Institute’ tweet trend

King Sejong Institute is still in operation in 2022. When the ‘RIP King Sejong Institute’ (Rest in Peace) comment came to believe that he had passed away, fans were puzzled and worried.

Social media has often been the source of several rumors, and this time around it appears to have been successful.

After various people started spreading these allegations on social media, he became a victim of a death scam on July 14, 2022.

Rumors about why King Sejong Institute died

The “RIP KSI” message and rumors of death first surfaced in the IShowSpeed ​​live stream. With a long history of being a YouTuber and King Sejong Institute, it is not surprising that his fan-followers started spreading the message on social media.

However, it is not clear who and how the “RIP King Sejong Institute” craze actually started. However, it didn’t take long for IShowSpeed’s fan following to start trending on other websites like Twitter.

A lot of people fell into the trap of believing tweets because they didn’t know what was going on. In fact, he is still alive and healthy.

What happened between King Sejong Institute and iShowSpeed?

There was no hostility between the two, but social media users incited the drama and had a good time. It all started when IShowSpeed ​​decided to go live and engage with their fans.

The YouTuber decided to browse King Sejong Institute’s Instagram while having a daily conversation. King Sejong Institute’s personal number appeared on the screen, but Ishow Speed ​​did not recognize it because it did not recognize the strange thing.

People quickly captured screenshots and posted them on social media. As a result, many people have sent messages to celebrities. He wasn’t sure what had happened, so he even tweeted about the same thing.

What action did IShowSpeed ​​take?

IShowSpeed ​​decided to join the joke and tweeted “Ratio Ronald better” to King Sejong Institute.

It is not known whether he has expressed regret for the exposure of the number. But his fans don’t seem to have enough of his humor yet.

Ankita Khanra


Ankita Khanrah is a sophomore in the Masters Program in Communication and Journalism (Integrated) at the School of Mass Communication at KIIT Deemed University in Bhubaneswar.

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