Who hacked BTS TikTok account? Followers ask Bighit Leisure to take motion!
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The BTS TikTok account was hacked on Tuesday evening March 9th. Fans have asked Bighit Entertainment and TikTok to look into this matter. Here’s a look at who hacked the BTS TikTok account.
Several fans went to Twitter and tagged the official accounts of the TikTok support system and Bighit Entertainment. They were hoping the company would look into this matter. No official statement has yet been released. At the same time, the account is back to normal.
Who hacked the BTS TikTok account?
On March 8th, BTS fans were thrilled that the band uploaded a video to their TikTok account. However, concerns grew when they discovered it was not a post from BTS.
The video was a collection of dancing cartoons. With nearly 30 million followers on TikTok, it was no surprise people understood that the account was hacked.
The hacker uploaded more videos. However, they were broken down within a few minutes. As several fans commented on the post, many noticed that one of the videos asked to follow a user whose handle was o2m. At the same time it turned out that the BTS TikTok account now followed o2m and another user with the name 3mk_mosab.
If you search for o2m on TikTok, the profile does not provide any information about who this person is. As of now, the user has 2849 followers on TikTok. 3mk_mosab now has 385 followers. Both uploaded the videos that were originally found on TikTok by BTS.
Twitter reacts to BTS TikTok being hacked
BTS fans were quick to respond on Twitter. Several people have asked Bighit Entertainment to deal with this hack. “You are being sued for the person who hacked BTS ‘TikTok acc,” one user wrote.
Another added: “Hello @[email protected] Please immediately be aware that BTStiktok acc has been hacked. Please take legal action to fix this. “BigHit realized that BTS TikTok was hacked and tried to change the password from btslovesarmy to 7btslovesarmy,” joked another.
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BigHit realized that bts tiktok was hacked and tried to change the password from btslovesarmy to 7btslovesarmy. # BTS TikTok pic.twitter.com/k69vB8ZfOF
– BTS (@kimchaenery) March 10, 2021
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