It is currently being released. If you see it, avoid it. You will not see the promised video. The Greek page that hosts it (the domain name shown in the last photo) simply tries to win likes that spread the scam.
The hoax reports that 99% of people who will try to watch the video will stop it before 10 seconds. His title moves interest (we can not say the same about photography) and aims to cheat you.
If you open the link on Facebook, you will see a video window that does not work.
In order for it to work, you have to "like". With "like" it is published on your page at the same time. If you are not logged in to Facebook, a pop-up window will ask you to log in. It would be good not to do it. If you log in from this window, change your password immediately.
The administrator of the page that hosts the hoax has disabled the right click to prevent someone from seeing the code it uses. Nevertheless, we were able to see its code and it contained a domain (ihatenickinow (dot) blogspot (dot) com, appears with iframe) which is known by malicious scam.