Juanpa Zurita Died? #QEPDJuanpaZurita Went Viral On Twitter

Users of social networks mourn the death of YouTuber and influencer Juapa Zurita, but did he really die? It all seems to be a joke in very bad taste.

Today’s afternoon the hashtag #QEPDJuanpaZurita went viral on Twitter, in which the users of the said social network said their last goodbye to the youtuber and influencer. However, the news of his death has not yet been reported, so everything seems to indicate that it is a joke in bad taste organized by his detractors.

According to information circulating on the Internet, this trend emerged from Facebook and was devised by netizens to recall one of the biggest controversies in which this 25-year-old Mexican influencer has been involved, who currently maintains a relationship with the Argentine model and singer Macarena Achaga .

So far, Juan Pablo Martínez-Zurita Arellano, the real name of the actor, has not commented on the hashtag #QEPDJuanpaZurita , which continues to gain great force within social networks causing a great scare to anyone who visits Twitter.

When seeing the messages related to this hashtag, in addition to the funny memes that have arisen on the subject, it is possible to read that netizens make mention of about 25 million pesos. This amount refers to the money that the influencer raised on social networks thanks to the Love Army Mexico movement after the earthquake in 2018.

What happened to the money from the houses of Juanpa Zurita? , That was the question that many people asked themselves when they saw that time passed and the influencer did not fulfil his promise. Three years later, he gave 50 houses to the earthquake victims, which are located in the municipality of Ocuílan de Arteaga, State of Mexico.

Who is the youtuber Juanpa Zurita?

Juanpa Zurita is a YouTuber, influencer, model and actor of Mexican origin. According to information circulating on the Internet, the same that La Verdad Noticias brings to you, he rose to fame thanks to the videos he shared on the extinct social network Vine. Later, he moved to YouTube and recently landed a role in Luis Miguel: La Serie .

Amelia Warner– After graduating from NYU with a master's degree in history, She was also a columnist for many local newspapers. Amelia Warner mostly covers Entertainment topics, but at times loves to write about movie reviews as well.

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