John Legend's Twitter account hacked by 'vulgar' prankster with weird Trump posts

Legend's account blew up Friday (February 24) night with ample disses aimed at the head of state. "He can't speak out against hate crimes by white supremacists".

"I did call him Liar-In-Chief".

Shortly afterward, Legend seemed to disclaim the forthcoming tweets with a note to his fans: "Someone just hacked my account". "I can't stand by and be silent, @realDonaldTrump, you're a b--h ass n--a and if I see you, I'm stomping your s-t you f-kin' cheetoh", the first tweet read, followed by, "i will follow 5 who follow @Owen755".

The hacker also included posts about an interest in having intercourse with Hillary Clinton, and using the drug "Molly" and being high. In another post he said, "My hacker was vulgar and kinda hilarious".

Now, I'm not sure if Legend's hacking is in any way related to the Cloudflare bug that exposed the passwords and account details of users from popular sites and apps like OKCupid, Uber, and Fitbit, but Legend's Twitter hack should be a reminder to all of us that it's good to regularly change your password.

When John regained control of his Twitter account, he wrote: "I'm back. I'll try and be funnier from now on so he won't feel the need to ghost write for me".

Instead of getting angry about a Twitter hack, John Legend, Chrissy Teigen, and their supporters are cracking up about the things posted on Legend's behest, says PageSix. Small in the bio. "Make up your mind, hacker".

Legend also clarified that he "would never threaten violence to the President".

"I don't think it's impossible to talk to him about issues, but I won't be used as a publicity stunt".

  • Salvatore Jensen