For Nick Jonas, internet rumors are always running rampant. This time around, the rumors are that he is dead. Far from it, my friends. Read more about the story plus photos and video below.
Nick Jonas, who is a huge New York Yankees fan, is the latest celebrity rumored to be dead. Seems like every couple weeks these death hoaxes pop up on the web.
Ridiculous headlines of ‘Nick Jonas Dead’ surfaced yesterday with stories ranging from the 17-year-old collapsing after getting a special dance at a Dallas strip club, his heart stopping and probably the worst would be the rumor that he failed to take his diabetes medication because he was too busy with these exotic strippers and went into cardiac arrest. Geez. He was diagnosed with the disease back when he was 13 years old, and even did a PSA with the Washington Nationals this past summer in support of the new Pediatric Diabetes Care Complex at Children’s National Medical Center in D.C. You can see video of the PSA below.
Unfortunately for Nick, this is the second time that he’s been a victim of the death hoax. In August, rumors swirled that he died of pancreatic cancer.
Just what has Nick Jonas been up to lately? The 1/3 of the Jonas Brothers has taken some time off and will be embarking on a solo tour with his band, the Administration. Its first album, “Who I Am” is scheduled for release on February 2nd. Starting January 2nd in Dallas, they will begin a 14 date tour. He revealed that the Administration let him “explore a little more of my roots as an artist and musician”. He wrote four songs on the ‘Who I Am’ album, and band members consist of Michael Bland (drummer), Tommy Barbarella (Keyboards), Sonny Thompson (guitar) and John Fields (bass), who also produced the album. Bland, Barbarella and Thomas are former Prince band members.
So no worries, all you tweens out there. Nick Jonas internet death rumors are simply just that….rumors. Check out some pictures of the cutie plus video below.
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