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Frank Artus Death: Media Stunt

Crucifix Landis Komosee | August 2, 2016 

Early August 1st 2016, two of Liberia's Local entertainment news Magazines, GOSSIP AND Amazing Fun in a separate Headline reported ''Artus Frank Murdered" and Liberian Star Frank Artus is Dead'' the two fake headlines created serious concerns among Liberians in and out of Liberia with calls for the actual cause of his ''Death'' According to a well place source working with one of the Magazines "the story was intended to create attention from buyers and the reading public and was also a strategic planed to sell the magazine fast in order to generate more money from buyers". " That story is not true he actually died in a movie he was shooting but it was not in real life, his local manager in Liberia told us to write the story that way to create attention for the movie also that is expected to be out soon but he's not dead'' the source added.. The source who beg not to be name further added "Artus Frank is doing well and he's working on his latest movie you know entertainment for you to gain attention you need to write story like this at times". Others closed friends wrote on Facebook expressing sadness for his demise, and other question the magazines that reported the story, " describing both news outlets as fake.. Some posted blasting at the magazines, that it is not the best way to get attention or do business with false story something they said is not good for entertainment.. LOVE LIVE OUR KING FRANK ARTUS HE'S ALIVE AND STRONG....

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