Why is “Fight Zendaya” trending?

A VIDEO of a physical altercation between the two women has surfaced on social media, leading many to mistakenly believe actress Zendaya is involved.

Responses to the viral video on Twitter have exploded, with many expressing their disbelief for the fight.

Mistakenly believed that Zendaya was seen in a fight

Why is “Fight Zendaya” trending?

A video of the two women fighting went viral on social media, leaving Zendaya’s fans wondering if she was one of the women pictured.

In the video, one woman lies on the ground, covering her head, while another continues to beat her.

The woman seen on the ground looks like actress Zendaya, which is why fans believe she was involved in the fight.

The video is roughly seven seconds long and ends with one woman kicking another before being thrown against a wall, hitting her head.

Zendaya was in a fight?

Despite the very similar appearance, actress Zendaya did not participate in the fight shown in the video.

Zendaya hasn’t spoken about the comments surrounding the video, but TMZ has reported that the person lying on the ground was most likely a doppelgänger.

If the viewer slows down the video, they can see a girl who looks like Zendaya being beaten with what appears to be an ankle bracelet.

The woman shown in the video also has a different hair length than Zendaya, who was recently seen sporting a shoulder-length haircut.

Is the fight video real?

The fight video has been trending since May 29, 2022, and little is known about where the fight took place, how it started, or who the women are.

Fans have questioned the video, saying it’s clear that Zendaya is not the person seen in the video, with one person writing, “Why does Zendaya have to fight?”

Another questioned the reasons why people thought Zendaya would be in the video.

“Out of all celebrities, do you think ZENDAYA is the one who puts up a public fight…,” they wrote, adding, “What happened to sanity???

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