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Macaulay Culkin Responds To Latest Death Hoax With Weekend At Bernie's Picture On Twitter

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Jan. 28 2015, Updated 2:36 p.m. ET

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Talk sprouted up over the weekend that child star Macaulay Culkin had gone to Glory. But the 34-year-old actor quickly took to his band’s Twitter account to squash the death rumors.

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Macaulay Culkin performs at Philadelphia’s largest pizza party
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Talk sprouted up over the weekend that child star Macaulay Culkin had gone to Glory. But the 34-year-old actor quickly took to his band’s Twitter account to squash the death rumors.

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The chatter of Culkin’s end first began on Saturday, fueled by numerous "RIP Macaulay Culkin" tweets and Instagram messages that quickly spread throughout several social media sites.

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Lucky for us, Culkin quickly ended the speculation by taking to the Twitter page of his band The Pizza Underground. The group posted several images of Culkin from its account, including one of him holding a soda with a pleasant smile on his face.

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The image was captioned, "We're on tour you silly people / @anchovywarhol’s.”

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The group also paid homage to the 1989 film Weekend at Bernie’s, a movie where two employees tote around the dead body of their boss Bernie to keep themselves from being killed by hit men.

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"Weekend at bernies with @anchovywarhol #greenroom," the band captioned the photo of Culkin appearing dead in his bandmate’s arms.

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Macaulay Culkin performs at Philadelphia’s largest pizza party
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Culkin has been the victim of several death hoaxes over the past few years, including one in April. In that dramatic instance, a Facebook page was created to announce his death. And the post ended up gaining close to one million likes from the actors fans.

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