Blake Shelton Responds to Death Hoax: 'Well S**t'

A fake Facebook page claimed that the boyfriend of Gwen Stefani had passed away on Tuesday, March 28 at about 11 A.M. ET as it encouraged fans to leave their memories and tributes to him.

AceShowbiz - %cBlake Shelton% is not dead. Contrary to the inaccurate story, the 40-year-old country singer is alive and well. He falls victim to death hoax after a "R.I.P. Blake Shelton" page was created on Facebook on Tuesday, March 28.

The fake Facebook page gave details about the time when Shelton died as it encouraged fans to leave their memories and tributes to "The Voice" coach. "At about 11 A.M. ET on Tuesday (March 28, 2017), our beloved singer Blake Shelton passed away," the page read. "Blake Shelton was born on June 18, 1976 in Ada. He will be missed but not forgotten. Please show your sympathy and condolences by commenting on and liking this page."

Though the fake Facebook page has now been removed from the social media site, Shelton's death report still garners widespread attention as hundreds of fans mourn the singer on social media. Proving that he's alive, Shelton took to Twitter on Wednesday, March 29 to respond to the death hoax. "Well s**t...," so he wrote after a fan tweeted him a screengrab of an article headline that read, "Blake is gone 1976 - 2017."

Shelton's response prompted some jokes from his fans on social media. "Don't you hate when you wake up dead?" a Twitter user replied after the boyfriend of %cGwen Stefani% confirmed that he was not dead, while another fan wrote, "looking damn good for a dead guy.!! Wth lol."

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