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Fidel Castro Rubs His Continued Existence in Perez Hilton's Face

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As GossipCop reminds us, today is the two-year anniversary of Fidel Castro's death. Well, the two-year anniversary of when Perez Hilton declared him dead, by doodling the word dead over the dictator's wrinkled forehead, in his trademark MS Paint white. 


Of course, a new photo of the former leader was released -- only the second of Castro this year. Fidel, pictured with Ecuador's president, Rafael Correa, looks noticeably less deathly than previous photographs. 

And just to rub it in Hilton's face, Fidel appeared on Cuban television yesterday for the first time in more than a year. 

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