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Donald Trump Hacked on Twitter: Mogul's Account Posts Lil Wayne Lyrics

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By Brittney R. Villalva, Christian Post Reporter
February 21, 2013|3:50 pm

Donald Trump was left furious on Thursday after his Twitter account was hacked and used to post Lil Wayne lyrics.

Thursday morning following a tweet about Social Security and Medicare, it appeared that the business mogul had made a rude comment about women.

"These h--- think they classy, well that's the class I'm skippen," his next tweet read. But according to Trump, he is not the one responsible for posting the tweet and claims instead that his account was hacked.

"My Twitter has been seriously hacked--- and we are looking for the perpetrators," he posted just before noon. He followed the post with a second tweet about the premier of All-Star "Apprentice" before noting that he was dissatisfied about Twitter's security policy.

"Twitter will soon be irrelevant if lowlifes are so easily able to hack into accounts," he tweeted minutes later.

Trump is not the first to have his Twitter account hacked in to. Earlier in the week Burger King was also hacked and underwent a "McDonald's Takeover."

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Some time around mid-afternoon on Monday, the chain's emblem was swapped from "BK" to a golden "M." The background picture was also uploaded to promote McDonald's new fish nuggets.

Tweets on the account said that McDonalds had bought out Burger King.

"We just got sold to McDonalds! Look for McDonalds in a hood near you," the hacker posted.

Tweets that followed were mostly derogatory and suggested that Burger King employees used drugs while on the job and did unsanitary things with the food. One tweet prompted followers to try the chain's new "BK Bath Salts."

The account was later suspended after administrators were unable to stop the hacker's tweets. The social media site then stated that it was working on the problem, suggesting that other attacks may have occurred elsewhere

"We apologize to our fans and followers who have been receiving erroneous tweets about other members of our industry and additional inappropriate topics," a piece of the statement read.

 

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