As Facebook and Google begin to reject fake news due to backlash from the 2016 presidential election MySpace’s CEO, Timothy Vanderhook, is preparing to open his social media network’s API and advertising streams to the fake content creators.
Our sources inside MySpace told us that Vanderhook is uber jealous of Facebook’s traffic and revenue that comes from those terrible satirical and hoax news websites we all loathe. The CEO is feeling the pressure from angel investors, “mom” and “dad” and is now willing to hear out fake news creators, fraudulent dating sites, fake celebrity porn, catfishers, basically anything that resides at the bottom of the internet barrel that could drive traffic to the forgotten social media site.
We reached out to Friendster for comment but got an “Error establishing a database connection” message. Seriously.