Maine Mendoza's FB hacked again?

Maine Mendoza's FB hacked again?

Kapuso star Maine Mendoza’s Facebook account has been hacked, according to reports.

During the weekend, Yaya Dub’s fans have noticed that Maine Mendoza posted something unusual on her Facebook account. Netizens have speculated that her account may have been compromised once again.

Late last year, Maine’s social media accounts such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter were also hacked. Anonymous Philippines, who hacked government websites, is responsible for Maine’s hacked accounts.

This time, however, the hacker isn’t Anonymous Philippines.

Tristan Cheng, Yaya Dub’s fan, warned other followers about this occurrence. He tweeted: “Please be informed that @mainedcm's FB account is hacked. Please refrain from connecting to that acct until further notice. Thanks. SPREAD”

Last weekend, Maine’s Facebook account had two posts that weren’t posted by the actress but has since been deleted. The two posts had the same caption but the other one is a plain status while the other one had Maine’s photo attached to it.

The ‘hacker’ posted: “ATTENTION! Hindi po ako ang Hacker ng Account ni Yaya Dub. Member po ako ng isang Company. Actually na Hacked po ang Account niya Last Year but Binawi ko lang po ngayon, pasensya na po Talaga. Ibabalik ko rin po ito sa susunod. Sa lahat ng Fans po na nagagalit SORRY po pero wala akong kasalanan. Peace Sana maintindihan nyo. Salamat. Fan din ako ni Yaya Dub kaya hindi ko ito sisirain.” (ATTENTION! I am not the hacker of Yaya Dub’s account. I’m a member of a company. Actually her account was hacked last year but I just took it back now, I’m really sorry. I’ll return it back next time. To all the fans that got mad, I’m sorry but I don’t have any fault. Peace I hope you understand. Thank you I’m also a fan of Yaya Dub that’s why I won’t tarnish this. )

Maine Mendoza's FB hacked again?

Currently, Yaya Dub and her camp have not yet released any reaction to the hacking. The Dubsmash sensation is busy with Alden Richards celebrating their “44th weeksary” in Italy.

 

 

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