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Adnan Sami’s Twitter account hacked by pro-Pakistan Turkish hackers

The hacker changed Sami's Twitter handle so that his verified badge gets removed.

Hours after Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan‘s Twitter account was hacked by pro-Pakistan Turkish hackers, the same group hacked into singer Adnan Sami’s Twitter account and posted pro-Pakistan tweets and messages.

Tweets by Adnan Sami’s compromised account

The hacker first changed Adnan’s Twitter handle to @AdnanSamiLiveTR (from @AdnanSamiLive) so that the verified badge gets removed. The hacker then tweeted that whoever betrays the ‘brother’ country Pakistan will see Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s photo as profile picture.

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Tweets by Adnan Sami’s compromised account

They then claimed they’d be happy to visit the brother country Pakistan and have a cup of tea with Imran Khan whom they refer to as ‘esteemed Prime Minister’.

Tweets by Adnan Sami’s compromised account

The Turkish hacker group claimed responsibility of the hacking.

Tweets by Adnan Sami’s compromised account

The hacker then posted a screenshot of a conversation between two people on Instagram where the hacker (presumably) extended support for any kind of help.

Tweets by Adnan Sami’s compromised account

The hackers then condemned ‘behaviors of Iceland republic towards Turkish footballers’.

Tweets by Adnan Sami’s compromised account

This was followed by a screenshot of their Instagram account with an appeal to follow them on Instagram.

Tweets by Adnan Sami’s compromised account

That was followed by a tweet mocking Adnan Sami.

Turkish hackers posting Salman Khan songs

And toward the end, for some strange reason they posted a Salman Khan song ‘chunri chunri’ where a bunch of television actors are dancing on the tunes. This song was not even sung by Adnan Sami (it was sung by Abhijeet Bhattacharya).

At the time of this report, Sami’s account has not yet been restored.

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