Sasha Banks took to Twitter to sarcastically thank the person, who hacked and deleted her Instagram account. Here’s what she tweeted out:
Thank you to whoever hacked and deleted my @instagram hope you have a incredible blessed day! — Sasha Bank$ (@SashaBanksWWE) November 27, 2016
A fan replied to her, stating that it was backed up by cloud, so it was possible to retrieve it:
WWE superstars and personalities seem to be the target of hacks many a time. Stephanie McMahon, many months ago, had her Instagram account hacked and all her posts deleted. Chris Jericho once had his Instagram account hacked, twice on the same day, and Dolph Ziggler’s Instagram was hacked, and random vulgar photos were posted (in both Jericho and Ziggler’s account).
Twitter hacks too happen more often than not. James Ellsworth was the most recent victim, with the hacker going in and blocking 22,000 of his followers. Ellsworth continues to unblock everyone manually.
Cesaro was also a victim of hacking when a fan accessed his Twitter account and started venting his frustration at the WWE about Cesaro not getting pushed. He even managed to start a hashtag #PushCesaro. He then handed back the account to The Swiss Superman once it was done.
You can hear Jericho talk about the incident here. He also goes into detail about how it happened.
In the video above, you can hear Jericho’s frustration and anger about being hacked. You can see the tweets by the hacker of Cesaro’s account below: