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Kanye West did not say he's the 'next Nelson Mandela'

By Lisa Respers France, CNN
updated 3:50 PM EST, Tue December 10, 2013
There was a rampant rumor in November that Robert Plant had turned down an $800 million contract that would've led to Led Zeppelin's reformation and a reunion tour. The only problem? It wasn't true. Plant's publicist called it "rubbish," and Richard Branson, who was said to have been financing the effort, also called the report "completely untrue." Here are a few more celebrity hoaxes. There was a rampant rumor in November that Robert Plant had turned down an $800 million contract that would've led to Led Zeppelin's reformation and a reunion tour. The only problem? It wasn't true. Plant's publicist called it "rubbish," and Richard Branson, who was said to have been financing the effort, also called the report "completely untrue." Here are a few more celebrity hoaxes.
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Celeb hoaxes: It just wasn't true
Celeb hoaxes: It just wasn't true
Celeb hoaxes: It just wasn't true
Celeb hoaxes: It just wasn't true
Celeb hoaxes: It just wasn't true
Celeb hoaxes: It just wasn't true
Celeb hoaxes: It just wasn't true
Celeb hoaxes: It just wasn't true
Celeb hoaxes: It just wasn't true
Celeb hoaxes: It just wasn't true
Celeb hoaxes: It just wasn't true
Celeb hoaxes: It just wasn't true
Celeb hoaxes: It just wasn't true
Celeb hoaxes: It just wasn't true
Celeb hoaxes: It just wasn't true
Celeb hoaxes: It just wasn't true
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