Yet another celebrity death Hoax is making around the internet and social media.
The “Lois Griffin is dead at 43″ joke that became popular on TikTok, and Twitter is the latest celebrity death hoax to hit the internet.
These practical jokes don’t resemble hoaxes about famous people’s deaths that spread false information and upset readers and fans.
They are merely amusing pranks designed to elicit responses from those in your vicinity.
The rumor that Lois Griffin died suddenly has gone viral on social media, and many people are sharing it, believing it to be true. But in reality, it’s nothing but a joke taken too far.
If you’ve been on social media as recently, you’ve probably seen tweets announcing Lois Griffin’s passing at the age of 43.
Even on TikTok, several individuals recorded videos of themselves playing practical jokes on their relatives, claiming that the Family Guy character had died.
Who is Lois Griffin?
Lois is a lady featured on Family Guy’s animated television program, featuring the fictional character Lois Patrice Griffin (nee Pewterschmidt).
She and the rest of the Griffin family made their television debut together in a 15-minute short on December 20, 1998, and Alex Borstein voices here
Seth MacFarlane, the creator of the series, asked Lois to present a pilot to the Fox Broadcasting Company based on his short film Larry and Steve, which featured a middle-aged guy named Larry and an intelligent dog named Steve.
The Griffin family made an appearance in the episode “Death Has a Shadow” after the series pilot was approved.
The Griffin family’s matriarch and mother are Lois in the television series.
Along with the family dog, Brian, she and her husband, Peter, have three kids: Meg, Chris, and Stewie.
Even though Lois admits to being a recovering methamphetamine addict and a kleptomaniac, she is frequently presented as the stereotypical television mother and housewife.
Lois has also had several affairs, one of which is said to have been the catalyst for Chris’ conception.
How people are reacting to the story of her death on social media.