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After Twitter, Shane Watson’s official Instagram account also gets hacked

His Twitter account was hacked last week.

Shane Watson
Shane Watson. (Photo Source: Instagram)

Shane Watson is not having a great time on social media it seems. Last week, his official Twitter account was hacked. Twitterati noticed some weird activity on his handle and even the screenshots of some of the tweets went viral on social media. Meanwhile, soon after his Twitter account was recovered, Watson’s official Instagram account has been hacked.

The former Australia cricketer had posted a picture of his special meeting with India‘s next-generation cricketers on Monday. However, his account was hacked on Tuesday as once again, the hacker posted some objectionable pictures and videos. Watson’s account’s username has also been changed to ‘@bravery on snap’ and the weird activity is happening since 1 PM IST.

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The cricketer’s social media team might recover his account soon and delete the obscene posts. A total of 1.3 million fans follow Shane Watson on Instagram which is quite a huge number.

Shane Watson’s Twitter account was hacked for more than 30 minutes

Shane Watson’s Twitter account was hacked for more than 30 minutes last week. His profile picture and the bio was also changed then. This time around, the 38-year-old’s profile picture is kept the same but the bio has been modified to “JOIN SHADOW REALM, LINK IN BIO !”

Shane Watson Instagram
Shane Watson Instagram. (Photo Source: Instagram)

Earlier, Fakhar Zaman Instagram account was also hacked and his Pakistan team-mate Shaheen Afridi had informed it to his followers on his official Twitter handle. Recently, the incidents of the celebrities’ account getting hacked have increased. It seems their social media teams have to be more careful now as a lot of personal data is breached.

Watson’ opinion on MS Dhoni

Even as Shane Watson is enjoying his break away from cricket since the Indian Premier League, he opened up on MS Dhoni‘s future on Monday. The former Aussie felt that the former Indian captain still has it in him to rule the 22 yards. He felt Dhoni will take the right decision in the end.

“He has still got the skill. But it is down to him to decide. He still moves incredibly well, runs hard between the wickets and has beautiful hands. Whatever he does, it will be the right thing because he knows what lies ahead,” Watson said while speaking to the reporters.

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