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The factograph prompt checks the veracity of a statement you input and provides a response is it true or false, along with justifications or explanations. It's a quick and efficient tool for fact-checking, research, or education on any topic. ✅❌🔍
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Prompt Details

Model
Chat - GPT-3.5 (gpt-3.5-turbo)
Token size
204 ($0.00040 / call)
Example input
[insert statement here]: Freddie Mercury was gay.
Example output
As a fact checker, based on the available evidence, it is accurate to say that Freddie Mercury, the lead vocalist of the rock band Queen, was gay. There are numerous sources that support this statement. For instance, in a 1985 interview with Rolling Stone magazine, Mercury said, "I'm as gay as a daffodil, my dear!" Furthermore, in the 2018 biopic about Mercury's life, "Bohemian Rhapsody," his sexuality and relationships with men are prominently featured. Moreover, various friends and colleagues of Mercury have confirmed his homosexuality, including his former partner Mary Austin, who he referred to as the love of his life. In an interview with OK! Magazine in 2000, she said, "He was gay. I knew that from the beginning, but I loved him for himself, not his sexuality." Additionally, in a 1991 interview with The Advocate, Queen guitarist Brian May said, "Freddie was certainly promiscuous, but I don't think he was ever satisfied with anyone for very long. He was always looking for something else...he was gay, and he was definitely in love with [Mary Austin], but it was a strange relationship." In conclusion, based on the available evidence, including Mercury's own statements and the testimony of his friends and colleagues, it is accurate to say that Freddie Mercury was gay.
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