Kwesta warns fans that his social media account has been hacked

Kwesta warns fans that his social media account has been hacked

Two weeks ago, Kwesta got married to his lovely bae, Yolanda. The two are enjoying their honeymoon, but a hacker took this opportunity to worm his/her way into the rapper's social media account.

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Kwesta had to warn his fans to steer clear of his WhatsApp account because he has been hacked.

The rapper said his team is working on it, but he can't do anything about it because he can't verify his number from where he is.

Kwesta and his lovely new wife, Yolanda, are on honeymoon in the Maldives, and it seems that the hacker is one opportunistic fellow, waiting until the rapper wasn't home.

Yo my WhatsApp account has been hacked!!! DO NOT send money for any event registration, it's not me!

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From what Briefly.co.za gathered, Kwesta's warning came a little late, as rapper Blaklez was almost scammed by the hacker.

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Kwesta isn't the only Mzansi celeb to suffer at the hands of hackers. A month ago, Babes Wodumo reportedly fell prey to hackers.

Around the same time, Cassper Nyovest was forced to buy back his Twitter account after it was hacked, and Bonang Matheba's official fansite shared a statement claiming her account was hacked.

Almost two weeks ago, Minnie Dlamini shared a raunchy tweet that had people thinking she had to have been hacked as well.

It's not just glitz and glamour when you're famous.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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