Jason Dy has become the latest victim of the newest Facebook scam.
The link which is getting viral on Facebook says that Vic Sotto cursed Jose Manalo after using Pauleen Luna as a subject of his joke. It then encourages Facebook users to click on the link to watch the video of the incident. However, if you click on the link, it will just redirect users to click on another Facebook page and will require to share it before watching the video. Sharing the video will automatically tag and spam your social network and give a scam a viral life. And after spending your time liking and sharing it, you still would not be able to watch any video.
Yes! the singer is alive. The said link being shared in social media is fake. People shared it because they are forced to do it for them to watch the alleged report.
The Voice of the Philippines coach, Lea Salonga is to the rescue and defended Jason with regards to the issue. In one of her tweets last Monday, April 6, Salonga denied such unfortunate incident, “Just to let you know, @jasonjamesdy is alive and well. That is all”.
Anyone who ‘liked’ or shared the link is encouraged to unlike and delete it from your timeline so no one else gets victimized. You can also report the link to Facebook to prevent it from spreading. Might as well update your security passwords to make sure that your Facebook account is safe.