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Social media was buzzing on Monday evening after an image surfaced of what was said to be Jason Derulo tumbling down a large flight of stairs at the 2015 Met Gala in New York.

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In the snapshot, a man in a white suit can be seen falling head first down a large flight of stairs. When it was reported that it was Derulo taking the tumble, many were instantly reminded of the singer’s near paralyzation in 2012 when he fell while practicing for his Future History World Tour.  

Derulo however took to Instagram and confirmed that it wasn’t him who took the spill.

“Lmao I’m at rehearsal in LA. Fuq ya’ll! Lol,” he wrote on Instagram.

It was also later reported that the event where the unknown man fell was actually from the 2011 Cannes Film Festival.

Be honest … did ya’ll fall for it? (No pun intended)

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  1. Jane Zoe

    May 5, 2015 at 3:13 PM

    Making headlines for event you didn’t attend. Good alibi. “Da F*uck” LMAO !

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