Type Raheem Sterling's name into a search engine and the first two searches that come up are 'Raheem Sterling kids' and 'Raheem Sterling children.'
An internet rumour spread like wildfire late last year that the recently-turned 18-year-old Liverpool star had at least three different children from three different women but the winger has finally debunked the myth.
"Some of the stuff you see is unbelievable. I’ve read stuff that I’ve got five kids and another on the way. It’s just crazy and it’s completely wrong," Sterling told the Daily Mirror.
The England star actually has only one daughter, Melody Rose, who was born seven months ago after a brief relationship.
"I find it funny to even think about it. If you bite at it, rise to the bait, then it makes it worse.
"I just laugh it off about some of the stuff that people say.
"But I’ve got no regrets. It’s a difficult thing for me. I want to concentrate on my football because I’m so young. It’s probably taught me to be more professional in how I go about living my life now. That’s really important for me."
Sterling is currently in a happy relationship with his girlfriend Hannah with no children on the horizon.
In the interview, Sterling also paid tribute to Steven Gerrard describing the Reds captain as an "inspiration".
Sterling has been a regular in Brendan Rodgers' staring XI this season, with his performances earning a call-up to the England squad for the recent friendly against Sweden.
Gerrard is Sterling's leader for both club and country and the Jamaican-born teenager, who joined from QPR in February 2010, cannot speak highly enough of his skipper.
"He has been brilliant for me. He's always looking after me, always checking to see if I'm alright," Sterling said
"I've noticed as well that if anyone touches me on the pitch, he'll always get them straight back with a tackle. He's always looking after me, on the pitch, off the pitch."
He added: "He looked after me when I first joined the club, got into the team and when I was looking for somewhere to live. He's an inspiration and a great captain."
Liverpool will need Gerrard and Sterling to be at their best for this weekend's match against rivals and current Barclays Premier League leaders Manchester United. It will be the first time Sterling will play United at Old Trafford, the team he admits to following when he first moved to Britain.
"I need to keep that quiet," he said. "But when you start playing for a team, you immediately start supporting them because you want to do your best for your team and you always want them to do well.
"The older boys say that Manchester United is one of the hardest places to go. The pitch is massive and in the last 10 minutes they say it gets even bigger.
"Hopefully we can go there, do our best and come out with a result even though it's going to be very, very hard - a real test.
"The atmosphere in the dressing room is brilliant. We've got Gerrard and (Jamie) Carragher, they're real characters. They're going to make us know what sort of game it is, what it's like and get us ready for it.
"They've been on us all week, telling how important it is. To have people around like that is brilliant. They've been around for so long. They love to have a laugh, good personalities and you need those characters in the dressing room."