A photo of hundreds of Free Fire players being sent to Palestine has gone viral on the internet and it has left millions of people wondering is it real or a hoax? The photo of FF players being sent to Palestine comes at a time when Palestine is struggling to defend its citizen or country from Israel’s attack.
There are tons of people who used hashtags like #SavePalestina and #PalestinaUnderAttack on Twitter and shared the picture of FF players being sent to Palestine to help military forces.
So, before you skip reading this post and share the same photo on social media, let me tell you that that photo is edited. Yes, it is merely a hoax.
There is no denying that Palestinians are making all possible efforts to save their country from Israel’s attack but how could Mobile Battle royale players help military forces in Palestine without getting any training?
The photo that has been circulating on the internet appears to be a screenshot of a CNN News broadcast. If you take a look at the viral photo, it has written over it “Ratusan Pemain Free Fire Dikirim ke Palestina”, which means hundreds of Free Fire players have been sent to Palestine.
Apart from this, one more photo has taken the world of social media on fire. The photo has a picture of Indonesian President Joko Widodo and the same text “Ratusan Pemain Free Fire Dikirim ke Palestina.”
Is it true that hundreds of Free Fire players will go to Palestine?
No, it is not true. The photo of FF players being taken to Palestine to help military forces during the Palestine-Israel conflict is fake. If you take a close look at the viral picture, it has been morphed.
The photo that went viral on the internet showcases a bunch of criminals getting into the Police detention car, not Free Fire players.