Actress Jessica Alba’s Twitter account was reportedly hacked this weekend and some truly disturbing messages were sent out.
“Nazi Germany Did Nothing Wrong And That’s On God N****,” one tweet read.
Another read, “ugh police sirens in the distance again. When will n****s stop committing crimes so I can get some f***ing sleep.”
Another offered $50,000 to anyone who killed handicapped homosexuals.
The tweets were removed early on Sunday after the hack was discovered, but they were saved by other users.
“Rumor has it that handicap f*****s are behind 9/11,” one tweet read.
Another hit on 9/11 saying, “[George W. Bush] Bush didn’t do 9/11, it was all planned by a handicap f***** that’s using text to speech.
You can check out some of the saved tweets below, but be warned that they contain harsh language and bizarre beliefs:
Jessica Alba did not carry the entire Fantastic Four franchise on her back to get hacked in her sleep while she was just trying to sell us multi-vitamins pic.twitter.com/uW9difW3hh
— BLAKE (@BLAKEMENT) July 28, 2019
The tweets were being sent out for hours before the mistake was corrected.
Another tweet voiced support for YNW Melly, a hip-hop artist accused of murder, as well as the Instagram account @dahn. It’s unclear if the Instagram user is responsible for the hack.
People reacted on social media with shock and sometimes a bit of humor to the extreme messages sent out from Alba’s account. Many were also surprised that the 38-year-old Alba would be the one to get hacked since the actress is not particularly outspoken politically or a very divisive figure in Hollywood.
“You have the power to hack anyone and you chose jessica alba this is all so random i cant breathe,” one user noted.
you have the power to hack anyone and you chose jessica alba this is all so random i cant breathe
— panny (@panosszn) July 28, 2019
Another responded, “Who hacks JESSICA ALBA of all celebrities…..like??????????”
who hacks JESSICA ALBA of all celebrities…..like??????????
— . (@koryonces) July 28, 2019
“Jessica Alba don’t even use her twitter so she doesn’t even suspect a thing,” said another.
And another responded, “Whoever’s hacked Jessica Alba on Twitter has gone too far. Horrible stuff.”
Check out some more reactions below, but be prepared to laugh:
Jessica Alba’s phone at 2:27AM last night. 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/j4DrT0cDBe
— Butter Pęcan 🍯 (@IngusTheGreat) July 28, 2019
Jessica Alba’s management team right now pic.twitter.com/fxRWMYjCqn
— Kathiana (@iconkathiana) July 28, 2019
me looking at why jessica alba's name is trending pic.twitter.com/I029FGfpzC
— bizzy ࿊ (@vrsatilebismuth) July 28, 2019
Jessica Alba waking up to 327 voicemails and 1,320 texts from her publicist pic.twitter.com/rn1vVEB1hJ
— posh (@justtooposh) July 28, 2019
Jessica Alba when she wakes up tomorrow and looks at her twitter account pic.twitter.com/WuRKLsUe7b
— Kathiana (@iconkathiana) July 28, 2019
On top of her acting career, Alba is also the founder of The Honest Company, which produces household products that are typically safer than mass-marketed ones. Since her social media accounts are sometimes used to promote her business, the hack is a bit of a bigger deal than if another performer had been hacked — Would anyone even notice if, say, Bette Midler’s Twitter account got hacked considering the insane tweets she regularly puts out?
Alba’s account sports more than nine million followers. Her last actual tweet was on July 20. Most of her tweets link to her Instagram account where she is more active.
In addition to her business — which she promoted on the 2017 Schwarzenegger-led reboot of “The Celebrity Apprentice” which counted President Donald Trump as an executive producer — Alba continues to act. She currently stars in the television series “L.A.’s Finest,” which is a spinoff from the popular 2003 film “Bad Boys II.” It was recently renewed for a second season.
Alba is best known for her roles in successful films like “Sin City,” “Valentine’s Day,” and 2005’s “Fantastic Four.”
Alba is far from the first celebrity to get hacked. Britney Spears, Selena Gomez, John Legend, and many others have had their social media accounts hacked.
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