David Eriksen’s Instagram account hacked – VG

David Eriksen’s Instagram account hacked – VG
David Eriksen’s Instagram account hacked – VG
Strains: David Eriksen.

If one is to believe the manager’s Insta story and TV profile on Wednesday night, he recently made $200,000 in three hours after investing Bitcoin.


“Everyone loves David,” he admits, and David would be glad to do so. but:

– This is nonsense. I’m really upset, he tells VG about the photos posted on his open site accountwho has more than 37,000 followers.

(Update at 9:30 p.m.: Fake posts have now been removed.)

Fake Posts: These appeared on David Eriksen’s Instagram. VG just tossed the account name that was trying to be upgraded in there.

The manager confirmed earlier in the evening that he was working to settle the matter with the owner of Instagram Meta.

– said Eriksen, who hoped not to become one of those who just have to give up their hacked account and start a new one, – but it’s too cumbersome to get it done.

Low level idiots

Eriksen characterizes those behind the hack as follows:

– low-level idiots, if I have to put it blandly.

The fact that someone close to him appeared in a post doesn’t make it any better for Eriksen, and there doesn’t seem to be a financial motive behind it.

– I didn’t even sell a razor in this place. So I hope my followers understand that this is not what I do.

The account being promoted in the fake posts promises in its bio to “share the secrets of success in the crypto world.”

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She has 52,000 followers, including Myles Shear and Victoria Nadine – Kygo’s manager and friend, respectively. The artist invested in cryptocurrency.


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