Sharkeisha: Miranda Lynn Fugate Claims She Wants to Fight Her

By Jack Phillips
Jack Phillips
Jack Phillips
Breaking News Reporter
Jack Phillips is a breaking news reporter at The Epoch Times based in New York.
May 7, 2014 Updated: July 18, 2015

The girl who got hit in the head with a shovel in a viral video apparently “called out” Sharkeisha, another viral video sensation from last fall.

On the Billy Madison show, Miranda Fugate said, “Sharkeisha, I’d love to fight you… that would be the [expletive].” She said she lives in Ohio.

Fugate got hit in the head with a shovel in a Vine video.

“It happened literally two years ago,” she said of the fight. She said that girl was “talking crap about me for literally two years,” adding that the girl wanted to fight her.

She said that she got a concussion in the incident and has trouble hearing. Fugate said that she went to the hospital the next day.

The other girl who was in the other video wasn’t charged.

Sharkeisha last year gained viral attention when she beat up another girl, which was recorded.

She was eventually charged with assault, but it’s unclear if anything became of it.

There was also a death hoax about Fugate that popped up after the video of her getting hit went viral.

The origin of the hoax was from a “satire” website called Huzlers.com, which doesn’t post real news.

“Miranda Fugate Lockwood died of serious head injuries after being hit with a shovel in the head by an old friend of hers named Emily Powers. The whole thing was caught on video and posted all over the internet and generated around 500,000 video views in just 2 days,” the fake story reads. “In the video, the two girls begin fist fighting outside Emily’s house for a few seconds before Emily threatened to go inside her house and bring out an air soft gun which shoots plastic BB’s, when Miranda suddenly charged at Emily, Emily grabbed a nearby shovel and “cracked” Miranda in the dome.”

Huzlers has a disclaimer that reads: “Huzlers.com is a combination of real shocking news and satire news to keep its visitors in a state of disbelief.”

Jack Phillips
Breaking News Reporter
Jack Phillips is a breaking news reporter at The Epoch Times based in New York.