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It all looked so explosively fake.
A CCTV video purporting to show music producer and performer CeeLo Green talking on his cellphone emerged on the web.
The phone exploded and Green collapsed onto the floor of his studio.
Calamity. Disaster. Celebrity death. Lawsuits galore.
The sanguine might have pondered: "Why is CeeLo Green using a phone that everyone knows is banned because it blows up?" They might also have sniffed: "There's no evidence from the video that this is a Samsung Galaxy Note 7." Or even: "Why doesn't this video continue after he's left there on the floor?"
This didn't stop the palpitations and fulminations to spread. What happened to CeeLo?
The star waited a few hours and a few more before popping up on Facebook with a selfie video explanation and a muted apology. There seemed no damage to either of his ears.
"I just wanna let everybody know that I am alive. I am well," he said.
He continued: "Truthfully, I'm really upset that anybody had to be emotionally disturbed by what they saw today."
We could discuss emotional disturbance at some length here.
However, the real purpose of this footage was, Green said, far more mundane. It was a clip from a video to introduce a new character called Gnarly Davidson.
"It's supposed to set up the new character identity, you know what I'm saying," said Green.
"I just want to thank everybody for their love and support and concern," he said. He added that he'd had "a very difficult day dealing with everything."
So have we, CeeLo. So have we.