Therefore Twitter was buzz and was over-loaded that who is that Lady Gaga which was found dead today at own home. Anyway, if you are tricked into clicking on the link you are taken ultimately (via a website which sloppily allows an open redirect) to a webpage that pretends to contain a BBC News video report.
Scammers create scams with titles that make users’ curious to click on it. They take advantage of users’ curiosity and post messages with keywords like “found dead”, “wardrobe malfunction”, “committed suicide“, “exposing tits” and so on. "This is the most awful day in the US history," reads the explanation, and there's even an image of what looks like a BBC News video.
Fans should keep in mind the person “Lady Gaga” who found dead today at own home, is a horrible sinner. And he is found dead at his home.