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This Japanese Reporter Did Not Screen Share a Clip From ‘One Piece’ on TV

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6th October 2022
This Japanese Reporter Did Not Screen Share a Clip From ‘One Piece’ on TV
The video was edited (Twitter)

The Claim

During the weather forecast in Japan, a reporter inadvertently shared her screen. The video shows a YouTube clip related to the anime “One Piece.” The reporter had allegedly been viewing the clip on her phone.  

Emerging story

A video purporting to show a Japanese reporter accidentally sharing here screen’s content has gone viral online. The video shows that the reporter had been watching a video inspired by the anime “One Piece.”

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Misbar’s Analysis

Misbar investigated the viral video and found the claim to be fake. The original video was edited to add the still image of a clip inspired by “One Piece.”

Misbar’s team found the original video, which was published on YouTube back in November 2020, as can be seen below.


“The One Piece Is Real”

The clip that was digitally superimposed on the original video is from a globally famous meme that went viral online. The meme is inspired by the “One Piece” catchphrase “the one piece is real” that was shouted, in defiance, by the character of “Whitebread” as he was dying. 


Patrick Fabian, the actor who plays “Howard Hamlin” in the TV series “Better Call Saul,” also has a viral video in which he mentions the catchphrase: “The one piece is real.” The video was first shared via the website Cameo.


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