Eraserheads frontman and our childhood hero Ely Buendia is no stranger to fame, fortune, and oddly enough, death hoaxes.
The singer had a brush with these hoaxes back in 2011 when a text message confirming the supposed death of the rock icon came to light.
Now in 2017, another hoax emerged out of nowhere, again, confirming the death of Ely supposedly in his car somewhere in Tagaytay.
Let’s just say Mr. Buendia has had enough of it. ?
Sa gumawa ng latest death hoax ko…If ever I actually die, I’ll let you know😉
— Ely Buendia (@elybuendia9001) February 5, 2017
The pvblic rejoiced with his little message and threat.
you know you're famous when people make hoaxes about your death. 😂💯
— Ronald Chua (@asergb) February 5, 2017
basta kasi mabasa yung headline share agad e di man lang iconfirm muna haysss
— blossome (@drewrangerr) February 5, 2017
I knew it!! Pero aminin ko, parang iiyak ako ng nabasa ko. Huhu hahah
— uhm (@titakrizzia) February 6, 2017