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5 WWE Superstars who had their social media accounts hacked

Ishaan Sharma
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These Superstars got hacked!
These Superstars got hacked!

As per latest reports, over 2.77 billion people visit social media sites around the world. The numbers are expected to get as high as 3 billion in just the next two years. Undoubtedly, social media has its own advantages and disadvantages. Most WWE Superstars use social media - mostly to build their rivalries and to keep fans updated.

With new technology evolving every day, a programmer's biggest challenge is to keep everything encrypted. It’s crucial in today’s time when almost everything can get hacked. I know what you’re thinking. Why should I know these things? Well, you have a point. This is not our job to keep these things in mind.

But still, we all use social media (including WWE Superstars). Encryption and other technology related things just fly over our head, which is why we don’t focus on them a lot. For an average person, it may not be a big deal, but to celebrities, it is a severe issue. Many Superstars have got their social media accounts hacked, and it has hurt many of them. These are 5 WWE Superstars who were also a victim of this.


#5 John Cena


John Cena too got hacked
John Cena too got hacked

Seeing cryptic posts in John Cena’s Instagram account, many fans have wondered if his account was hacked or not. If you haven’t noticed yet, the bio section clearly says that everything will be posted without explanations.

Even though his social media accounts are currently safe, in 2012, however, an anonymous person got access to The Champ’s Twitter. The hacked posted several photos and messages to people around the world. But, it didn’t take long before things got solved.

Two years later, Cena’s Facebook page got hacked, with the hacker posting a topless picture of an old man. In a matter of minutes, everything got resolved, and since then, no such incident happened again.

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