Not the great Aquamanthat is, Jason Momoa, is saved from hackers. Last night, it was reported that the account of Instagram The actor and defender of Hawaiian nature was manipulated in a very disconcerting way. While many cyber pirates take advantage of their posting skills, I don't know, offensive messages, the Momoa account (prideofgypsies) with more than 13 billion followers was intervened with a link that promoted a free iPhone XS in his biography. And I wonder: how much creativity is required to hack an account? Much, apparently.
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In Twitter, people like the illustrator Boss Logic they noticed that Momoa's account had been hacked. “Someone tell Jason Momoa that he has been hacked, the cartoonist wrote, along with a screenshot that shows the link spam "Don't open those links," another user warned, who also recalled that just a few months ago the account of a famous Brazilian model had been hacked in a similar way. "And it was a disaster," he said.
Someone tell #JasonMomoa he is hacked .. pic.twitter.com/dcnb59RL2j
– BossLogic (@Bosslogic) September 4, 2019
In accordance with Heroic Hollywood, hackers also took advantage of the actor's instastories for -supposedly- give away a MacBook Pro, a Apple Watch, a Tesla Model X and even, gift cards from the Play Station Store. So far, Momoa has not made any statements. The content of the stories and the link were simply removed from your account.
This publication, of August 26, was the last one that Momoa shared in his official account:
Currently, Momoa is expected to star in the sequel to Aquaman scheduled for 2022. Although also, together with Rebecca Ferguson, Javier Bardem, Zendaya, Timothée Chalamet and Josh Brolin, it will be part of the cast of the new Denis Villeneuve film, Dune.