A macabre prophecy about the future of the British royal family has shocked social networks. It all started on June 7, when Logan Smith assured on his Twitter account: “The Queen [Isabel II] dies September 8, 2022”.
The prediction was spot on. exactly that day, At 6:30 p.m., after becoming, with the 70-year reign, the longest-lived monarch, Elizabeth II died at the age of 96.
The fulfilled prophecy caused that original tweet to explode. But not only for having pinned the date of Elizabeth II’s death, but for other shocking information. The tweet, in addition to accurately announcing the disappearance of the British monarch, anticipated that King Charles would die on March 28, 2026.
The tweet went viral. Smith made her cent private. Despite this, Twitter suspended her as published by ‘The Mirror’.
Before the account suspension, thousands of Twitter users captured images of the prediction and shared them across platforms and networks.
The comments and reactions did not wait. There were those who dared to launch their own forecast: “I also feel that King Charles will have a short reign. I say 5 to 10 years.” Others criticized Logan Smith for his message being untimely: “Please don’t do it, we are mourning our queen.”