12 December 2012

Nigeria: Chuddy K's Alleged Gay Tweet - Says Account Was Hacked

The official video for the smashing club banger "Gaga Crazy" by Chuddy K. ( Resource: Chuddy K - Gaga Crazy

Everyone knows Chuddy K; he’s that bundle of talent who stole hearts away with Slow Slow and then doubled back to drive everyone insane with Gaga crazy; he had a blast this year with shows that ran on endlessly and many happy trips to the bank, Chuddy K, however, is far from happy now, infact, he battles to save his name, his career, his life!

Fans following Chuddy K on social networking site twitter had been stunned, Tuesday night, when they read a tweet coming from an account baring Chuddy K’s handle @itschuddyk

The tweet read

Chuddy has since gone on the same account to say his account was hacked.

Feelers from within social networks show an ongoing debate that is still undecided as his very loyal fans painstakingly try convince everyone that indeed Chuddy K is the latest victim to twitter account hackers.

It is usually very difficult if not impossible for victims of twitter hacks to immediately regain control of their accounts less than 24 hours after the said attack as is Chuddy’s case here.

Yet, it will be recalled that in April, shortly after his split with Don Jazzy, D’banj had also cried out that his twitter and facebook accounts had been hacked and was sending out false information about him. Twitter and facebook’s security teams had been engaged and after a few days, his accounts were changed permanently.

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