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Bryan Habana Forced To Deny Reports He Was Killed In A Drive-By Shooting

Bryan Habana Forced To Deny Reports He Was Killed In A Drive-By Shooting
By Balls Team

Bryan Habana was forced to deny a story on Thursday which claimed the South African rugby international had been killed in a drive-by shooting in Paris.

A dubious looking website titled 'Houston News' had posted the story this week. It also claimed Habana was 'found in a pool of blood, strangled to death.'

In a video recorded in the south of France, the very much alive Habana assured fans that all was well.

Apparently there has been, or there is, a massive rumour or false story going around that I have been killed. As you can see I'm all alive and doing well and enjoying the south of France.

Unbelievably disturbing that people can do stuff out there that has a massive impact on people's lives, and stuff like this is actually just unbelievable.

Habana, who has 122 caps for the Springboks, currently plays for Top 14 side Toulon.

See Also: Richardt Strauss Explains Why He And Other South Africans Will Not Return Home

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