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A student has denied that she recited the lyrics to Tyga's hit club anthem 'Rack City' while being arrested.
A news piece was written earlier this week, claiming that Alyssa Bloechl was caught by police spray painting the infectious lyrics of the track on her college walls. The story also alleged that Alyssa ran away from police while shouting: "Ten ten ten twenties on them t*****s b***h."
However, Alyssa has now explained that the story was false and was only written as a satirical piece as part of her journalism class.
"Every semester, my school's newspaper publishes our version of the "Onion", called "The Antagonist." This time the editorial staff decided to write fake police reports about each other," Alyssa told SOHH in a statement.
"Mine was the first one listed, and that is why I think it got so much attention. It was written by one of the other editors as a joke, and we all wrote different ones about each other."
"It was completely satirical. Then someone shared a photo of my report on Facebook without stating that it was fake."
"Obviously, we did a very good job. I am very disappointed in the number of people that would believe this is true, especially of those who I know. I feel things on the Internet today are taken way too seriously."
Thought it sounded too good to be true!