Macaulay Culkin reacts to death hoax with hilarious tweet

Macaulay Culkin reacts to death hoax with hilarious tweet

Over the weekend you might have seen the Interweb flooded with reports on yet another Macaulay Culkin death hoax.

But don’t worry the Home Alone star is very much alive and well.

The rumor of Macaulay Culkin’s death surfaced on Saturday - six months after the last death hoax - and within a matter of minutes an ‘R.I.P Macaulay Culkin’ Facebook page was set up and received over a million likes.

Culkin is currently on tour with his band Pizza Underground and tweeted this hilarious ‘weekend at Bernies’ style picture from the band’s account to prove all rumours wrong.

Who knew he was the lead singer in a band? We sure didn’t!

Between Home and Alone and recreating these scenes from the classic Weekend at Bernie’s, we are so glad he is alive and well and has given us time to reminisce on some movie classics.

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