Kazuo Ishiguro Death Hoax Rocks On Twitter, Novelist Is Still Alive and Well

No, Kazuo Ishiguro is not dead but alive. People are raising their voices against the reporter who spread the false news. Continue reading the article to learn more about the case.

Kazuo Ishiguro, who was rumored to be dead is very much alive as the news suggests.

the novalist was born in Nagasaki on November 8, 1954, to Shizuo Ishiguro and Shizuko Ishiguro.

He holds dual citizenship in the United Kingdom and Japan. Kazuo Ishiguro attended the Universities of Kent, East Anglia, and Woking County Grammar School for Boys.

No, Kazuo Ishiguro Is Not Dead But Alive

Yes, you heard it right, Kazuo Ishiguro is not dead but alive. The news of his death was spreading on social media, making his fans and supporters concerned.

But, hopefully, the news was a hoax and he is in good health. According to the user, some Italian guy referred to as Faber Books, posted the story claiming that Ishiguro is dead when he isn’t.

Netizens are overjoyed to hear the good news and are sharing their joy on Twitter. Some of them expressed concern about the misuse of social media and tweet, “The Ishiguro hoax is clearly depressing.”

“However, the haste with which some people, including at least one major newspaper, shared and even published the ‘news’.  With no attempt to verify the story is concerning.”

Similarly, another fan wrote, “I’m relieved to learn that Kazuo Ishiguro is still alive. He’s a fantastic novelist, and there’s probably no better time to say that his most recent novel, Klara and the Sun, is absolutely brilliant.”

“Buy it and be thankful he’s still with us.”

Ishiguro is a British novelist who was born in 1954 and is best known for his work on An Artist of the Floating World, The Remains of the Day, When We Were Orphans, Never Let Me Go, and Klara and the Sun.

Kazuo Ishiguro’s Death Hoax Takes Over Twitter

Kazuo Ishiguro’s death hoax spread like wildfire until it was recognized as a spoof.  The news was shared by some recognizable news portals and accounts on Twitter.

It appears as the news originated from Faber Book, who wrote, “Ishiguro passed away at the age of 67 and the official news will be released soon. However, the Twitter account is deactivated ever since.

The official Faber Books account tweeted once more that the account is a forgery created by an Italian named Tommasso Debenedetti.

Similarly, one user accused Indian express of not validating the news and spreading false information that author #KazuoIshiguro has died. “They couldn’t possibly have verified the truth,” she wrote.

However, it has served as a lesson to the reporter for validating the news with a reliable source before publishing.

Meet Kazuo Ishiguro’s Partner Lorna MacDougall: Net Worth Details

Kazuo Ishiguro, 67 years of writer is happily married to his wife, Lorna Macdougall. He has an estimated net worth of $10million.

The couple is the parents of their single child, Naomi Ishiguro. Ishiguro has worked as a novelist, writer, screenwriter, author, science fiction writer, lyricist, and songwriter, among other things.

He has amassed a fortune from his career as a novelist and a writer.

In addition to the money, he has amassed a massive amount of recognition and fame. He was nominated for several awards, including the Man Booker Prize, the Locus Award for Best Science Fiction Novel, and the Arthur C. Clarke Award.

He has received Costa Book Awards, Officer of the Order of the British Empire, the Man Booker Prize. And the Helmerich Award, Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, the Nobel Prize in Literature