- An online post claimed that actress Shaina Magdayao has already passed away
- It stated that the actress died due to hypothyroidism
- However, Magdayao herself has shut down the circulating rumors
An article claimed that actress Shaina Magdayao has passed away because if hypothyroidism on October 19, 2019.
However, KAMI learned that the claim was false.
The article showed a report that looked like GMA News’ “24 Oras.” It said in the headline that the actress died at the age of 30.
“BREAKING: Shaina Magdayao, Pumanaw sa Edad 30,” it read.
Meanwhile, the description claimed that Magdayao was “dead on arrival” when she was allegedly brought to the hospital.
“Breaking: ‘SHAINA MAGDAYAO’ dead on arrival nang dalhin sa E.R. dahil sa sakit na Hypothyroid,” it stated.
You may visit the site here.
In a report by the Rappler, the claim was misleading.
Through an Instagram post, Magdayao has broken her silence about the circulating rumors regarding her supposed death.
“Im baaaccckkk! Or should I say, I’m A L I I I I VE,” the actress wrote on October 26.
Magdayao also mentioned that she has taken some time off social media.
“How refreshing to be off socmed for a while. Missed you too, IG world,” she said.
In 2017, Magdayao shared that she was diagnosed with hypothyroidism and has been taking maintenance medicines.
Shaina Garcia Magdayao is a well-known actress, dancer, and endorser. She was dubbed as the “Kapamilya Gold Queen” for starring in many successful roles in ABS-CBN Network.
She will be celebrating her 30th birthday on November 6.
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