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Why is ‘Chandler Hallow dead’ trending?

Why is ‘Chandler Hallow dead’ trending?

FANS were stunned when they read the YouTube star had been reportedly shot and killed while filming a stunt.

Chandler Hallow, is in fact alive and well, but users were confused when fake information claiming he had died went viral social media.

Instagram / Chandler HallowFans were devastated when they thought Chandler had died[/caption]

Who is Chandler Hallow?

Chandler Hallow, 24, is a famous YouTuber who is most well recognised for collaborating with Mr Beast.

The social media personality, has amassed 4.6million followers on Instagram and has attracted more than 10million on TikTok.

Born on December 3, 1998 in North Carolina, the popular content creator has worked his way up to the top since breaking into the industry.

He was originally employed as a janitor, where he was introduced to Mr Beast by chance.

The already established YouTuber began to feature Chandler in his videos in 2018, before making him a regular part of the team.

Fans loved his appearances so much he has been able to grow a successful platform on his own.

In July 2022, he tied the knot with fiance Cara Davis, but they keep their relationship very private.

Chandler is known to have studied at JS Rose High School in Greenville, North Carolina.

The 24-year-old graduated from Chowan University and runs a clothing line called Strange Hands alongside his social media career.

Why is ‘Chandler Hallow dead’ trending?

Fans were shocked when news of Chandler’s “death” began circulating online in March 2022.

An article was published by the BBC with a headline that read: “YouTube star and associate of Mr Beast, Chandler Hallow, shot dead whilst filming stunt for video, says representative”.

In the moments that followed, his loyal followers were in a state of panic.

However, the mystery was put to bed when Chandler himself responded to the story on Twitter.

He wrote: “Just found out I died.”

Mr Beast also replied and penned: “@ChandlerHallow Sorry for making you eat 10,000 pickles in five hours.”

The journalist who supposedly wrote the BBC article also broke his silence – and revealed the screenshot was fake.

He claimed he never wrote the story, in a post captioned: “This is totally fake. I never wrote such a story (I cover music, for a start) and the mocked-up headline breaks our style guide.

“Watch out for this sort of stuff.”

Fans were relieved and amused after discovering the mix-up was just a hoax.

Twitter / Chandler HallowThe mystery was put to bed when Chandler himself responded to the story on Twitter[/caption]

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