Contrary to a ridiculous article circulating the Internet, NBA legend Michael Jordan was not robbed at gunpoint in Chicago over a pair of his new Air Jordan Gamma Blue 11’s and an autograph.
The story, which has gone viral thanks to social media, was first spotted on a satirical news website, CreamBMP. Having access to the Internet doesn’t seem to make some people smarter, because on the CreamBMP “About” page, there’s an obvious clue their content is fake.
“CreamBmp.com Written by comedian CREAM. This website is comprised of satire and parody of current news and urban culture. For entertainment purposes only,” it reads.
In other news posted on the ridiculous website, Jay Z filed for divorce from Beyonce because she didn’t tell him about her secret album despite having a duet with her. There’s also an item about Chris Brown punching Santa Claus in the face at a children’s hospital.
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