Senior adviser Tricia McLaughlin told HuffPost, "All of this information is Googleable."
A Wikipedia editor's page notes they apparently accepted money to edit the GOP presidential candidate's article.
The cheeky fan quickly went to work after the No. 2 seed Wildcats fell to the No. 15 Peacocks in an NCAA Tournament stunner.
The actor also semi-addressed his rumored appearance in the upcoming “Spider-Man: No Way Home.”
The prankster also took a swipe at "corrupt autocrat" Donald Trump with the stunt.
One Twitter user said it would be a shame if everyone suddenly updated Giuliani's Wikipedia page with "hilarious information."
And it almost always works.
By our definition, more celebrities died in 2018 than in any year since at least 2010.
False accusations put her staff at risk, the California Democrat said.
Data from Wikipedia has made clear that fans of the Netflix series “The Crown” are reading Wikipedia entries on the show’s characters as they binge watch.