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The truth that is greatly exaggerated and or not completely true aimed at a large audience for a purpose of either brainwashing, misinforming, or just to create chaos.
On social media, Jennifer gives everyone the media truth about her life. None of these things are actually real, they are just made up to receive followers and or likes and attention for a specific purpose to misinform viewers or an audience, which can create chaos among what is real and not. This can act as a distraction as to what is really happening.
by ChronoCross May 26, 2017
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