Macaulay Culkin death hoax: I’m alive, spending Weekend at Bernie’s

Macaulay Culkin death hoax: I’m alive, spending Weekend at Bernie’s
After the internet became hyper-excited over the hoax report claiming Macaulay Culkin was dead, the actor and musician took to social media to demonstrate he is very much alive and spending his time 'Weekend at Bernie’s'-style.

The rumor of Macaulay Culkin’s death surfaced on Saturday. And just like the last time, the report turned out to be a hoax. But before he was proved to be alive, a ‘R.I.P. Macaulay Culkin’ Facebook page got over a million likes, convincing millions of his death.

Performing last night at the Belmont, Bernie style @funfunfunfest #imalive

A photo posted by The Pizza Underground (@cheesedayz) on Nov 11, 2014 at 12:21pm PST

Somewhat laying all the speculations to rest, several pictures of Culkin with his band were posted on their official Instagram page, recreating scenes from a classic 1989 comedy Weekend at Bernie's.

Weekend at bernies with @anchovywarhol #greenroom

A photo posted by The Pizza Underground (@cheesedayz) on Nov 11, 2014 at 11:20pm PST

And despite the fact that the movie they parody in the photos tells a story of two men trying to convince everyone their dead boss is still alive – the proof is convincing enough to state Culkin is alive and apparently on tour with his band, the Pizza Underground.

We're on tour you silly people / @anchovywarhol's

Una foto publicada por The Pizza Underground (@cheesedayz) on Nov 11, 2014 at 1:26 PST