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TMJ Shares His Theory On COVID-19, Netizens Say That It Is Probably More Fake Than Fact - WORLD OF BUZZ 4

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One netizen called out the Johor Crown Prince, His Royal Highness Major General Tunku Ismail Ibni Sultan Ibrahim, on his recent tweet sharing his conspiracy theory with regards to COVID-19.

Though not to be considered as facts, netizen @jbhavan shared the the ‘facts’ mentioned in TMJ’s Instastory may be more fiction than fact.

This was the Instastory shared by TMJ, which was said to be quoted from the University of Hamburg, Germany.

TMJ Shares His Theory On COVID-19, Netizens Say That It Is Probably More Fake Than Fact - WORLD OF BUZZ

Source: Twitter

TMJ Shares His Theory On COVID-19, Netizens Say That It Is Probably More Fake Than Fact - WORLD OF BUZZ 1

Source: Twitter

In the tweet, there were a total of four conspiracy theories shared, with a majority pointing towards the creation of COVID-19 fear with sinister purposes.

Though the tweet may have a certain degree of credibility to it, this netizen however, was having none of it.

He tweeted, “This is bona fide “fake news” – the exact kind of abhorrent disinformation that the World Health Organization says is hurting the global efforts to fight the pandemic.”

Well, when dealing with conspiracy theories, netizens seemed divided on the matter. As the tweet caught the attention of many, a certain radio DJ, who goes by the name of JJ were also compelled to comment on the matter.

TMJ Shares His Theory On COVID-19, Netizens Say That It Is Probably More Fake Than Fact - WORLD OF BUZZ 2

Source: Twitter

@JJ_on_air writes, “Well you have solutions and vaccines for almost all of the above except for COVID-19 and COVID-19 spreads easily and has a long incubation period so it can spread without detection until it’s too late. 

“Yes, don’t panic but at the same time don’t be ignorant either.”

We understand that the spread of COVID-19 also has its implications on our sanity as pointed out by the Ministry of Health. Let’s stop jumping on each other’s necks for now and help where we can by trying to stop the spread of COVID-19 instead of picking fights with each other.

 

Also read: BREAKING: Malaysia Now Records 428 Cases, 190 New People Confirmed with Covid-19

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