A few days ago, a video circulated on Tik Tok that went viral for showing an apocryphal video in which it was stated that Zendaya was expecting her first baby. And it is that at the bottom of the said photo in question there was an ultrasound that read supposed writing made by the renowned actress that said: “I love you, we are halfway there”, which unleashed madness among her fans. 

Given what was exposed on networks, the hashtag #ZendayaIsPregnant began to circulate, which became an informative tsunami on Twitter.
Zendaya herself addressed the false claim that she is expecting her and boyfriend Tom Holland's first child in two candid Instagram stories. She made it abundantly clear in just three sentences: She is not amused by this joke gone viral. Who would be?

“See now, this is why I stay off Twitter...” she started. “Just making stuff up for no reason...weekly. Anyway, back to filming Challengers.” However, it has been the same protagonist of the Euphoria series who has denied that rumour through a post on Instagram: "Come, that's why I keep away from Twitter." And she added: "They just make things up for no reason, every week." The false clip with the useless announcement is cut with the appearance of a video of Kris Jenner dancing to the song "Lady Marmalade" and denying the intrepid publication.

The pregnancy news of celebrities is indeed a fact that we always celebrate, but this time it falls into the redundant and abundant of the so-called "Fake News" that today floods the internet and deceives many unwary. 

It is not the first time that this type of news has been attributed to the couple made up of Zendaya and Tom Holland, since in 2016 the same gossip spread like wildfire when both shared roles in the movie Spider-Man: Homecoming.
The news of their romance became official at the end of 2021, during the Ballon d'Or award ceremony held in Paris. Previously, they had been caught by a paparazzi kissing inside a car.

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