- NaakMusiq's hacker is back but this time it is not clear whether it is an April Fool's Day joke or real
- The Turkish man has apparently once again taken over the musician's Twitter and Instagram accounts
- Social media users have shared mixed reactions to the hacker's post and are not sure whether it's a prank or real
NaakMusiq is trending on social media after his hacker allegedly struck again on Thursday, 1 April - April Fool's Day.
Mzansi tweeps are debating whether it's an April Fool's Day joke or if the Turkish man is really back. The hacker has from the looks of things taken over the musician's Twitter account and Instagram page.
Even NaakMusiq's profile pics have been replaced with those of the hacker. The cyber-criminal posted his snap and captioned it in Arabic. When translated, the fraudster said:
"This is the day when I return to reclaim what is mine. I have finally got my page back."
Tweeps have taken to Naak's comment section to share their reactions. Check out some of their comments below:
"Lmao AGAIN? Anga why can't you secure your account kanti?"
"My friend this time take his gigs! I want to see you @eyadini_lounge."
"He’s back for good this time."
"It's the 1st of April. You got got."
"This has got to be a prank..."
IOL reported in October 2020 that the actor lost access to his Twitter account when it was taken over by the Turkish man. TimesLIVE reported that Naak got his Twitter account back in December 2020.
First it was her Instagram, then Twitter and then Babes Wodumo's WhatsApp account was hacked a few months back. The "unbelievable" news was shared by Mampintsha on Twitter.
Babes Wodumo, who released a hot album titled Idandokazi, had been on the news for all the right reasons before the story of her WhatsApp surfaced.
GeeGo Live shared that Babes' account had been hacked and Mampinthsa retweeted their tweet. He asked Mzansi to RT the post so that more people would be aware of the hack. GeeGo had posted:
"Breaking news: Babes Wodumo's WhatsApp is hacked! Please do not entertain any messages from her number!"
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