QUICK!
Forward this to all your friends on Facebook immediately - or, you'll never get into Heaven!

At least 37 different people in the last seven days have forwarded me the same private message:

Please tell all the contacts in your messenger list not to accept Jayden K. Smith friendship request. He is a hacker and has the system connected to your Facebook account. If one of your contacts accepts it, you will also be hacked, so make sure that all your friends know it

If you're guilty of forwarding me and other people this - STOP!

Why are you doing this?

It's all C-R-A-P.

As a matter of fact, the people who sent me this are probably the same people who forward me everything that crosses their Facebook path. STOP! PLEASE!

Here's what snopes.com says about Jayaden - and a lot of other similar hoaxes:

The examples  are multiple variants of a long-running hoax, one which warns readers not to allow contact from a particular person or group because dire consequences will result. The basic form of these hoax warnings is typically drawn from the following template:

  • Do not {read / open / respond to / join}
  • an {e-mail / text message / friend request / }
  • sent by {real name / e-mail address / screen name}!
  • If you do, {you / your computer / your Facebook account / everyone on your contact list / your children}
  • will be in danger of falling victim to a {serial killer / computer virus / hacker / predator}.

 

The next time you get something that you want to "warn" all your Facebook friends about, go to snopes.com and find out if it's true or false.

Thanks for reading this. Now, please, forward it to all your friends, and warn your Mama too!