Jay Z Trust Fund News Is False

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News of Jay-Z creating a $15 million trust fund for the children of Nipsey Hussle has been circulating across social media, and it’s fake news.

The headline of the story has been plastered across Twitter and Instagram throughout the night but turns out a random blog created the headline to sell advertising.

Even though people have tried to spread the word that it was fake, now social media is applying pressure to Hov to make the fake news come true.

Were you one of the people that put up the headline on social media? How many times have you fallen for fake news?

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