On Saturday evening, miscreants hacked the Twitter account of the actress Jessica Alba and posted hateful, homophobic, and racist messages that remained live for hours.
One of the messages posted by the hackers reads “Nazi Germany Did Nothing Wrong And That’s On God N–
Other messages promise to pay $50,000 to those users that will kill handicapped homosexuals.
The good news is that the messages were quickly removed from the account of the star by early Sunday.
She said at Goop’s health summit in May, “I was meant to feel ashamed if I tempted men. Then I stopped eating a lot when I became an actress. I made myself look more like a boy so I wouldn’t get as much attention.”
She added that she felt “preyed upon” by men when she was starting out.
ate on Saturday evening on the west coast, early Sunday morning on the east coast, Jessica Alba‘s official Twitter account was hacked by a hateful racist who sent out a series of extremely detestable messages. The first tweet, clearly not sent out by the actress read, “Nazi Germany Did Nothing Wrong And That’s On God N****”
The 38-year-old business mogul, who’s married to husband Cash Warren and has three children, Haven, Honor, and Hayes, typically tweets about her billion dollar brand, The Honest Company, upcoming films, or marking momentous occasions like birthdays and anniversaries. It was instantly obvious to anyone coming across Alba’s Twitter page that the extremist, sometimes nonsensical, and racist comments being sent from her account were from a cyber bully.
The hacker tweeted “ugh police sirens in the distance again. When will n*****s stop committing crimes so I can get some f***ing sleep.” In response, the Dark Angel star’s fans flooded her timeline with tweets to get her account back in safe hands.
WARNING: Please be advised to stop reading now if you don’t want to see the alarmingly crude and distasteful messages that were tweeted out to her 9.2 million followers.
“The 38-year-old business mogul, who’s married to husband Cash Warren and has three children, Haven, Honor, and Hayes, typically tweets about her billion dollar brand, The Honest Company, upcoming films, or marking momentous occasions like birthdays and anniversaries.” states the website heavy.com that first reported the news of the hack.
Many of Tweets posted via the hacked account ask to release the rapper YNW Melly.
The American rapper,
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