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Paris Hilton denies confusing Mandela and ML King
Paris Hilton vehemently denies that she tweeted, "RIP Nelson Mandela. Your 'I Have A Dream' speech was so inspiring."

According to Gossip Cop, the screenshot of this fake post first appeared on a Twitter account named @DeletedTweets.

Categories: Celebrities
Posted by The Curator on Sun Dec 08, 2013
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