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This man fooled 2 lakh people on Facebook with his ‘predictions’, here’s how

Can you believe this guy predicted everything that's happening in the US right now?

By: Express Web Desk |
June 15, 2016 12:45:25 pm
Pablo Reyes status, apparently from 2015/ Screenshot Pablo Reyes status, apparently from 2015/ Screenshot

Can you believe this guy predicted everything that’s happening in the US right now? Boxer Muhammad Ali’s death, Prince’s demise, mass shooting? Well, if you can’t believe this, you must believe in his ability to fool others on Facebook. And very well at that.

Facebook user Pablo Reyes shot to fame on social media when his Facebook post from December 2015 went viral. The post ‘predicted’ the future stating most big events that have taken place in the country.

“Call me crazy but in 2016 Hillary Clinton will be the first female president, the world will go crazy over the death of a gorilla, Prince will die, Muhammad Ali will die, Kimbo Slice will die, Donald Trump will die. The USA will experience the worst mass shooting .. I’m not trying to scare anyone, but you’ll remember my name,” reads his post from December 27, 2015.

The Internet is going crazy sharing his status; with over 200,000 shares already, and the number’s increasing by the minute. People are shocked at this ‘accurate prediction’ of world affairs.

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But, wait!

The man didn’t see the future, just FYI. But he is smart enough to use the ‘edit’ status option Facebook has to dig a status from back then and make the changes.

Here’s his blast from the past.

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