Giannis Antetokounmpo’s Twitter account hacked, jokes pour in on social media

first_imgSeveral vulgar tweets were posted from Giannis Antetokounmpo’s Twitter account on Thursday afternoon in an apparent hacking. The tweets were deleted within minutes and Antetokounmpo’s account was locked shortly thereafter.One tweet said, “I’m going to the warriors” but the rest appear to be crude. Antetokounmpo addressed the issue Thursday night on social media. He wrote that he was “disappointed and disgusted that somebody would say the terrible things that were said!”— Giannis Antetokounmpo (@Giannis_An34) May 8, 2020The official Bucks Twitter account confirmed the hacking earlier Thursday and said an investigation is underway. Giannis Antetokounmpo’s social media accounts were hacked this afternoon and have been taken down. An investigation is underway.— Milwaukee Bucks (at 🏠) (@Bucks) May 7, 2020Antetokounmpo’s brother Kostas, a forward on the Lakers, said on Twitter that the Greek Freak’s Twitter, phone, email and bank accounts were also hacked. Giannis’ twitter, phone, email and bank accounts were hacked! He genuinely apologizes for everything that was tweeted and he will be back as soon as possible! The things that were said by this hacker were extremely inappropriate and disgusting!— Kostas Antetokounmpo (@Kostas_ante13) May 7, 2020MORE: LaVar Ball is back with another absurd predictionNBA Twitter wasted absolutely no time coming in with jokes.Giannis’s twitter account password and security— Will🦅 (@simmons_szn) May 7, 2020Giannis’ Twitter account was apparently hacked today 😳😳😳— Warriors on NBCS (@NBCSWarriors) May 7, 2020Giannis once he gets his twitter account back from the hackers— Depressed Basketball Fan (@EWilliams_22) May 7, 2020Whoever hacked Giannis, we’re coming for you— Stephen A. Smith Burner (@SASBurnerAcct) May 7, 2020Giannis’ Twitter password must’ve been “Antetokounmpo34”— Bryan Crawford (@B_Craw4D) May 7, 2020I mean, Giannis getting hacked in May isn’t exactly a new concept— Stevie Ray Baughan (@NotNickBaughan) May 7, 2020Giannis is making even more history as the first NBA player to claim “I was hacked” after tweeting something offensive and actually be telling the truth.— Sean Highkin (@highkin) May 7, 2020last_img

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