Viral videos of a ‘UFO’ in New Jersey really captured a Goodyear blimp

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September 15, 2020

The video had 4 million views and more than 600,000 likes as of Tuesday afternoon, less than a day after it was posted. Summary List PlacementSome New Jersey residents thought 2020 had become even more apocalyptic with a sighting of an unidentified flying object on Monday. There’s a fuckin UFO 🛸 flying above Teterboro Airport #UFO #NewJersey pic.twitter.com/PGWFBQLDqs — King Jersey (@kvngjersey) September 15, 2020

Goodyear is known for flying its blimps to capture aerial sports footage while advertising the company. Two videos posted on Twitter were each viewed hundreds of thousands of times. @.babyyjennii No wayy🛸😭 ##newjersey ##fyp ##viral ##foryou ##ufo ♬ The Banjo Beat, Pt. Read more:
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Donald Trump Jr. UFO spotted in New Jersey Monday Sep 14, 2020 #ufo ##sighting #viral #trending #news #radio #trump #newjersey pic.twitter.com/YKyCWO0ury — D.RoyFlor (@DRoyFlor) September 15, 2020

Another video from @kvngjersey showed the blimp above Teterboro Airport. On Monday, a TikTok user with the handle @.babyyjennii posted a video of what they described as a UFO on New Jersey’s Route 21. One video from a user with the handle @DRoyFlor showed the blimp from a highway. 1 – Ricky Desktop

A representative for Goodyear confirmed to Insider that the company flew a blimp in New York City and northern New Jersey on Monday evening to capture aerial footage of the NFL game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. has a long history of spreading misinformation and conspiracy theories online
Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: We found the best way to fix broken makeup But what many mistook for a flying saucer was just a Goodyear blimp. But the UFO concerns spread beyond TikTok. The video showed several other people standing on the side of the highway to photograph the blimp in the sky. In a subsequent tweet, the user said they knew it was a Goodyear blimp and not a UFO.

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