Anerlisa Muigai is going through a rough and tough period this week. Please pray for her. And what might be bothering the Keroche heiress and is she still in a smiling mood?
Her precious Instagram account was hacked. Cue the sad memes.
But take heart people. The Nero Water CEO has a a plan. A plan to get her precious account back. She made the announcement using her Facebook account. Anerlisa wrote:
“Good morning. Unfortunately somebody hacked my Instagram account. I will try my best to get it back. Happy New Month.”
She also opened another one and wrote:
“Hi! Someone hacked my account I will be using this before I try fixing the other one keep following for more surprise. Consistency is the key. “
Anerlisa is one of the few celebrities who interact with their fans. At the time of the hacking the account had over 500, 000 followers. A great figure especially if you are looking to monetize or become a social media influencer.
A month ago popular female DJ Pierra Makena lost her account to Tanzanian-based hackers. The gorgeous disk jockey disclosed that she lost a multi-million deal because her account was hacked.
Makena divulged that a Hollywood based agency contacted her and they wanted to see her Instagram profile but they couldn’t because she did not have her account anymore.
It isn’t only Kenyan celebs like Shaffie Weru and Vera Sidika that have had their accounts hacked. International celebs have also had their accounts stolen.
Katy Perry might have the most Twitter followers on the internet, but even she isn’t immune to hacking. In May 2016, a Romanian hacker with the eye of the tiger hijacked Perry’s Twitter handle, @katyperry.
After leaking an unreleased song, the scammer flooded Perry’s feed with racial slurs, emojis, and gibberish.
Even tech great Mark Zuckerberg has not been spared.