Doja Cat’s Twitter account appears to be hacked, promotes meme coin

  • Similar to Hulk Hogan, 50 Cent, and Metallica in the past, the well-known rapper’s name is being utilized to promote a token.

Doja Cat, an American rapper and musician, has become one of the many celebrities whose Twitter accounts (X) have been hacked in order to spread memes centered about Solana. She promptly disclaimed ownership of the posts to her 24 million Instagram followers.

At 7:15 p.m. The Doja Cat account began tweeting about cryptocurrencies on Monday around 10:00 ET. The first tweet pointed to a holding address and begged viewers to purchase $DOJA, failing which they would lose their money.

Over twenty-one posts and the removal of Doja Cat’s description and profile photo from her account—which has approximately 5.6 million followers—have been made by the hacker.

People on Twitter quickly identified the tweets as coming from a compromised account.

Iggy Azalea, who has reportedly embraced cryptocurrency and tweets regularly about her $MOTHER meme coin and Crypto Twitter, was among the other celebrities about whom the hacker blogged.

Azalea posted on Twitter, Get tough if you want to, but I’m cool with that gal in real life. As for the tweet you made about the Doja Cat breach, hackers, you screwed up.

The new $DOJA coin, which is held on Solana market creator Raydium, appears to have had rather modest activity compared to previous occurrences, with fewer than 15,000 transactions generating around $2.2 million in volume, based on blockchain records and market statistics.

This is the most recent in a string of events involving Solana-based meme currencies and celebrity social media accounts that have been hacked; these accounts typically have tens of millions of followers.

The former WWE star Hulk Hogan’s Twitter account was hacked last month in order to spread a similar fraud. Next came the breach of rapper 50 Cent’s account, and then, a week later, Metallica.

Disclaimer : This article was created for informational purposes only and should not be taken as investment advice. An asset’s past performance does not predict its future returns. Before making an investment, please conduct your own research, as digital assets like cryptocurrencies are highly risky and volatile financial instruments.

Author: Puskar Pande

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