Hacker blamed for Black ‘death tweets’

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Black achieved with his rope Tenacious D in Germany on Friday and Saturday

Online conjecture that US actor Jack Black had died was a work of a hacker who posted messages on his stone band’s central Twitter account.

Fans voiced dismay after a summary on Tenacious D’s Twitter page claimed Black had died during a age of 46.

Subsequent messages, however, seemed to advise a group’s comment had been hacked.

This was after reliable by Tenacious D themselves, who called a hacking a “sick ‘prank'”.

“WE had a Twitter comment hacked,” the rope tweeted on Sunday afternoon. “We can assure we that Jack is ALIVE and WELL.”

John Konesky, a guitar actor with Tenacious D, also confirmed a tweets were a outcome of hacking.


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Neither Black not his band’s US and UK member have done a statement, though fans had been discerning to balderdash a purported claims.

One Twitter user pronounced Black was on a craft headed to Los Angeles following his coming with bandmate Kyle Glass during dual song festivals in Germany.

It is not a initial time Black, whose films embody a Kung Fu Panda trilogy and School of Rock, has been a plant of an online hoax.

One in 2012 claimed he had depressed off a precipice in New Zealand, while another in 2014 purported he had died after a stroke.

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