Hacker makes it to Rich Homie Quan’s Instagram Account
The morning of Valentine's Day for Rich Homie Quan was not so good because he woke up to discover that somebody had hacked an Instagram account he owned. The hacker handed out 30 videos and photographs to almost 3m followers of Rich Homie. The videos and pictures depicted Rich Homie privately conversing with celebrities such as Birdman, Offset of Migos, as well as others. Some of them also depicted certain nudity. However, the majority depicted women's private messages ardently wanting to draw the attention of Rich Homie.
After deleting the videos/photographs, Quan soon reacted against the hack via one small note he posted. It said that Quan at the very outset wanted to say sorry to the members of his family, his fans and friends, explaining that the events which took place on that morning on Instagram weren't his doing, while certainly weren't for his benefit.
Quan continued writing that he wasn't going to let him be placed badly so he had chosen to keep moving ahead with a smile. He believed this February 14 was an extremely good day during his life, while he just wouldn't allow the devil to draw his concentration towards it instead of his blessings.
He wasn't tripping one Instagram hack and asked himself being hit up in case the bank A/Cs got breached, Quan concluded. Of late, Quan indicated the probability of fresh music for people visiting Twitter.
Issuing one general apology to the public through one post on Instagram, Rich Homie Quan said that he wouldn't let that minor setback spoil his fun. Quan asserts he isn't bothered of an IG breach, although jokingly says that somebody must point it to him in case anyone successfully hacks his bank A/C. Heavy.com posted this online dated February 14, 2017.
The Atlanta rapper further cautioned his friends and fans of one bogus Instagram account which emerged at the time of all the present confusion and that they mustn't follow it and help not get somebody out on him. In the meantime, Quan's IG A/C is getting back to usual functioning with no further hacking possibility.
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