Aaron Rodgers must not have a particularly strong Twitter password.
The star quarterback was apparently hacked Tuesday, which resulted in a series of promotional tweets.
Specifically, the apparent hackers decided to use replies to Elon Musk to engage in some kind of crypto promotion.
”BREAKING NEWS!” ”CRYPTO LEAK”
Sounds exactly like something the real Aaron Rodgers would tweet, doesn’t it?
Unsurprisingly, the tweets were quickly deleted.
The former MVP has helped lead the Packers to a remarkable turnaround after a poor start to the season.
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After stumbling to a 4-8 record, Green Bay’s won four consecutive games to put themselves in playoff contention.
Just a few weeks ago, the Packers-Lions matchup on Sunday seemed entirely uninteresting, but was flexed into primetime instead.
While obviously not a major concern, the Twitter hack could be a minor distraction heading into the most important game of the year.
As of late afternoon Tuesday, he hadn’t posted anything about the hack.
Although given his apparent interests, maybe Rodgers can simply do some more dishwashing to provide some comfort.