When something is proven fake/false here, the emphasis is on it. The only goal is whether that particular image/news was wrong or not.
Whatever given in proof against it may differ from one news paper to another, one source to another, but a wrong is wrong.
Don’t update me if the proof given was little diff or some small thing wrong in it.
E.g. today’s Akshay Kumar post.
Was it sudden or preplanned ?
The wrong post says Akshay ‘suddenly’ noticed a Sugarcane seller and went ahead to help him.
While the truth is it was all ‘pre planned’.
Now if it was for a movie promotion, part of a TV show, he really wanted to help, the money was given to singer came seller or widows of farmers is not relevant here.
There are many media, papers, channel. They all have differences in their stories. Can’t clear ’em all