Cardi B Responds to Hacking of Her Social Media Accounts
Cardi B says that she was victimized by an online hack. The Twitter account of Bronx rapper sent a message which blasted Nicki Minaj. Now-a-days, all the social mediums required to accept a 2, 3 or also 4-factor authentication for accounts of celebrities after the outbreak of the hackers breaking them.
The latest hijacking of Twitter and Instagram account of Bronx femcee Cardi B for creating few controversies with fellow NY raptress, Nicki Minaj, shows that we will need those updates on security ASAP. Cardi has apologized to fans as what she deemed a hack aimed at her both Instagram and Twitter accounts.
The hacker tweeted: "Hi @NickiMinaj, You ain't sh** compared to me, Pull up lil n**ga." The hacker then targeted Nicki's Young Money co-rap stars Drake and Lil Wayne, with some racy insult. The following tweet read: "I never f**ked Wayne but I f**ked @Drake, Aye, LOL."
Hiphopdx.com posted on July 5th, 2017, quoting Cardi B in a video uploaded after regaining control of her account as saying "Whoever hacked my Twitter and Instagram -, suck my dick. You geeky, nerdy, virgin bitch."
The hacker first seized her Instagram and then posted screen shots of ambiguous Instagram accounts. The hacker then went to her Twitter to call out Nicki with some video shots thrown at the Queens-bred rapper.
It's all well and we come to know a hacker when we see one. She also informed fans on Twitter that she was hacked and was in the process of trying to regain control of her accounts. She tweeted: "sorry guys - I have been hacked and trying to gain control of my accounts now." Before Cardi came to know that she had been hacked, the person posting on Twitter account of Cardi seemed to be particularly interested in tarnishing Minaj. One tweet read: "Hi @NickiMinaj YouAin't Shit Compared to Me - Pull Up Lil Nigga..,"
Fortunately, the issue of security was solved, as well as the hacker has been stopped before the things became too messy. However, if someone knows Cardi B, they should also know that she was not going to allow the hack slide before not sending some hilarious words to culprit from her mouth.
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