Hayley Williams responds to rumours that she's dead
28 May 2019, 16:00
"This week on The Internet Hurts", Hayley Williams addresses rumours that she is dead and that Paramore are working on their sixth studio album.
One of the stranger parts of fame is, undoubtedly, the task of having to remind people that you're not dead every few months. This week, Paramore's Hayley Williams refuted claims that she was dead and rumours that the band has been in studio working on a sixth album, a follow up to 2017's After Laughter.
Hayley Williams shared screenshots that claimed she was dead and working on a new album (presumably not at the same time). "This week on The Internet Hurts," the performer wrote.
Hayley reacted to two photos. One which said "Paramore is making a new album. It's confirmed ya'll" and another which was designed to look like an in memoriam tribute.
"I’m *not* dead (I don’t think)," Hayey wrote."And Paramore are *not* in the studio right now making our 6th album (I’m sorry)". Hayley's story checks out though because, presumably, there is no Twitter in heaven for obvious reasons.
this week on The Internet Hurts™️:— hayley from Paramore (@yelyahwilliams) May 27, 2019
I’m *not* dead (I don’t think) and
@paramore are *not* in the studio right now making our 6th album (I’m sorry). pic.twitter.com/zWUDuxaeOV
See, what we're not gonna do is spread rumours and hoaxes that the good sister Hayley is deceased.
This month also marked the two year anniversary of After Laughter. Despite not being in the studio working on a follow up to the album, Hayley Williams reminded fans that AL "still gotta lotta life in her."
happy day-off to most of you. i gotta log off. 🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞— hayley from Paramore (@yelyahwilliams) May 27, 2019
stream ‘After Laughter’ at your cookout today. that bish still gotta lotta life in her.
She's right, you know. After Laughter still slaps after all this time.
It looks like Hayley has a sense of humour about the ridiculous rumours. The internet can always be counted on for some shenanigans like this.