Fooled by ‘Fauxtire’ Websites

To completely contradict my last post; Bieber is NOT, I repeat NOT playing a role in the new Fast and Furious movie. My prayers have apparently been answered as Director James Wan didn’t make or confirm the National Report announcement himself. There is speculation for Paul Walker’s younger brother Cody to play his role, but nothing has been finalized. A link regarding the fauxtire website I read last week is below:

http://www.thatsfake.com/justin-bieber-replace-paul-walker-fast-furious-8/

The National Report article that I originally used as a credible source is apparently a bunch of people publishing fake news to mess with followers of the media– well played internet, well played. It’s authors of websites like The National Report that make me question if they’re crazy or if I am, because despite my best efforts I can’t help but fall into the consuming box society lives in.

What I’ve learned is to always try to think outside the box; it’s way more fun, unique, and much healthier than being brainwashed inside the box.

Till next time,

S

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