George Soros isn’t dead in 2022 as fake obituaries resurface

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American financier George Soros is the latest victim of the infamous death hoax as fake obituaries on Twitter have left people wondering if he’s really dead.

This isn’t the first time rumors have claimed that the billionaire has passed away.

And, just like George, a number of other famous personalities have become victims of similar wild claims that are backed by no proof.

We can confirm the financier is still alive in 2022.

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George Soros isn’t dead

The confusion regarding George has swept Twitter and there is more than one factor influencing it.

While we have found fake obituaries being circulated on social media that claim the billionaire passed away, people are also discussing another false obituary of George that was accidentally published by Reuters in 2013.

However, many were quick to realize this was another celebrity death hoax that “comes around more often than Christmas” after Twitter posts with the title “BREAKING: According to media reports George Soros has died earlier today aged 92 in Hungary” surfaced.

False obituary in 2022 dates back to years ago

Forbes reports, a similar confusion arose in 2013 when Reuters published a “premature” obituary of George.

The over 1000-word article reportedly eulogized the investor in a fill-in-the-black paragraph which read: “George Soros, who died XXX at age XXX, was a predatory and hugely successful financier and investor, who argued paradoxically for years against the same sort of free-wheeling capitalism that made him billions.”

The headline also claimed that he was dead at the age of “XX”.

However, when Forbes reached out to Geroge’s Fund Management adviser, Michael Vachon, for comment at the time, he denied the report while expressing his empathy for his boss.

Reuters even issued an apology for the false report, saying: “Reuters erroneously published an advance obituary of financier and philanthropist George Soros. A spokesman for Soros said that the New York-based financier is alive and well. Reuters regrets the error.”

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American financier is alive at the age of 92

George is alive and he’s also in the news for his business ventures.

Bloomberg reports, he has an estimated net worth of $8.5 Billion as of November 22, 2022.

Apart from being known for his impeccable career in finance, George is famous for being vocal about political leanings. He was a prominent supporter of former President Barack Obama during his campaigns in 2008 and 2012 and reportedly donated to Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden as well.

Furthermore, he has authored a number of books, including The Alchemy Finance, The Crisis of Global Capitalism, and What It Means among others.

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