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Celebrity hoaxes: It's just not true

By Lisa Respers France, CNN
updated 1:42 PM EDT, Wed August 21, 2013
Kanye West clearly thinks very highly of himself. It was<a href='http://dailycurrant.com/2013/12/06/kanye-west-i-am-the-next-nelson-mandela/' target='_blank'> reported</a> that he said he was "the next Nelson Mandela," but <a href='http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/12/07/kanye-west-nelson-mandela_n_4405176.html' target='_blank'>it just wasn't true.</a> It's far from the first celeb untruth; some have even been perpetuated by the stars themselves. Kanye West clearly thinks very highly of himself. It was reported that he said he was "the next Nelson Mandela," but it just wasn't true. It's far from the first celeb untruth; some have even been perpetuated by the stars themselves.
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Celeb hoaxes: It just wasn't true
Paris Hilton and the Mandela tweet
Andy Kaufman's death hoax
Raz B almost dies
The White Stripes' relationship
Lauryn Hill's racist statement
Marilyn Manson's surgery
Billy Idol's acting gig
Richard Gere's furry friend
Death of a commercial star
James Frey's memories
J.T. LeRoy's existence
Mr. Rogers was a sniper
Lady Gaga is/was a man
Jamie Lee Curtis' private parts
Oprah kicks Tommy Hilfiger off show
Barbra Streisand made a porn flick
Star Jones' weight loss method
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