Conrad Sewell is a celebrity’s worst nightmare. Jackie O Henderson, her friend shares strange messages that he sent to her and threatens to delete her account.
Conrad Sewell, an Australian singer, had his Instagram account hacked. His first nine photos and profile photo were bizarrely replaced by the Instagram logo on Sunday.
One person was more concerned than others was Jackie O’ Henderson, his radio host friend. He received an email from Conrad that warned her to delete her account.
Jackie panickedly wrote in a deleted post: “Is this scam @conradofficial?” Conrad’s material has not been used by me . Wtf !!!!!’
Hack attack on Conrad Sewell, an Australian singer. However, the most concerned person was Jackie O’ Henderson (right).
“Would love for anyone to share their experience.” I’ve not clicked any of the links, btw.
Jackie was notified by the messages that Conrad sent to Jackie about his hacked Instagram account. Your copyright is important to us. If no objections are filed within 24 hours your account will be removed.
Jackie was then required to complete a form for an ‘appeal’. This she clearly did not.
Strange: Conrad’s profile photo and first nine images on Instagram were bizarrely replaced by the logo
Worry: A panicked Jackie posted in a deleted post: “Is this scam @conradofficial?” Conrad’s material has not been used by me . Wtf !!!!!’
Jackie realized it was fake and quickly deleted the message from her Facebook page.
Conrad’s page is now mostly back to normal. The nine “Instagram logo posts” were removed on Sunday afternoon.
However, his profile photo still shows the Instagram logo. This indicates that the hacker may still have control of the page.
Panic! The messages found Conrad’s hack account. Jackie was informed by the message: “We have received complaints that your Instagram copyright has been violated.” Your copyright is important to us. If no objections are filed within 24 hours your account will be removed.
Conrad is 32 years old and best remembered for his singing on Kygo’s Firestone single and the number one single Start Again.
Earlier this year, the Brisbane-born musician revealed to The Daily Telegraph that he was giving up his ‘rock star’ lifestyle in favour of a much healthier one.
He stated, “Now, I want to be in the best shape my life. Train six days per week. Increase cardio to one hour. Cook more at home.
“I believe that it is important to have fun, to stay present, and to trust that all things happen for a reason. You are exactly where you should be at the moment.
New Year, new you: The Brisbane-born musician told The Daily Telegraph earlier this year that he is changing his lifestyle from one of rock stardom to one more healthy.
Publiated at Sun, 8 Aug 2021 09:45:43 +0000