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Ayanda Borotho Raises Alarm Over “Hacked” Facebook Account

The rate at which the social media accounts of South African celebs are being “hacked” (really compromised) will probably be the subject of a study some day. The rate is much higher than any other African country we can think of.

The latest to suffer a hacking fate is actress and author Ayanda Borotho. In a recent post to Instagram, she had informed her fans that her account has been hacked and that those behind the hacking are now posting inappropriate content.

She had thereafter urged the urged her fans to avoid any form of communication with the account. You can check out her post below.

Ayanda Borotho is but one of several Mzansi celebs who have suffered from the hacker’s axe – or rather, who had lost her account to criminals online.

Previously, queen had lost her account to criminals online. Her musician counterpart had lost his verified Twitter account as well, but managed to recover it.

At the rate criminals are targeting Mzansi celebs, one wonders who is next on the list of these criminals. Anyway, to stay safe online and minimize chances of losing your account to criminals, you may want to implement two-factor authentication.

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