Moneyism: A message for Facebook and Twitter users when celebrities die: It’s not about you

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Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher after the former received the Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award last year.

In 2016, death and Facebook appear to go hand-in-hand.

As the death of actress Debbie Reynolds at aged 84, just one day after her daughter Carrie Fisher died at aged 60, among the seemingly high rate of beloved public figures who died in 2016, fans and social media aficionados have shared their memories and thoughts about the person online. Some not so successfully. Comedian DL Haughey took some flack on Twitter Thursday for making what many felt was an ill-timed joke about Reynolds dying one day after Fisher.

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