Joyner Lucas, who reportedly recently blasted Lollapalooza 2022 and Machine Gun Kelly on Twitter for his placement in the upcoming festival lineup, claims that now his account was taken over by a Russian hacker.
The Worcester rapper’s alleged viral tweets saw him asking everyone to show respect to his name. They not only blasted the festival because of the line-up, but also made an attempt emo girl Singer.
Joyner Lucas blames Russian hackers for MGK diss tweets
After causing a stir with his tweets on Twitter over the past few days, Joyner re-entered the platform on Tuesday (March 24). called: “Those damn Russian hackers hacked my phone yesterday, smh.”
The previous (now deleted) tweets from the rapper’s account are as quoted by complex“These festivals will stop playing with me like I’m not some n***a. I put my name next to the names of a group of random ni***az no one has heard of and offer me a weak ass [bag].”
Take a shot at Lollapalooza, the Sim Simma rapper tweet read: “All I know is @lollapalooza better take my f***ing name off that flyer. I don’t agree with that lineup and I don’t want that weak ass [bag] n***az tried to give it to me.”
slam MGK, another alleged tweet of Joyner to read: “Someone said, ‘Don’t bring the rap fiend out.’ Maaaaannn listen. Lol What my brother Marshall did to that n***a @machinegunkelly is light compared to what awaits him if he wants to walk down the street with me.
“Don’t nobody worry about An***a painting his nails. Phew.”
Joyner’s hacking claims are giving fans Rita Ora vibes
Fans were surprised with that Fall slowly Rapper’s tweets and his subsequent claim that his Twitter was hacked by the Russians.
Many couldn’t help but compare it to the time in 2014 when Rita Ora’s tweet claimed that she would drop her new song if her tweet got 100,000 retweets.
The singer posted another tweet just hours later, claiming her Twitter had been hacked.
“Someone is threatening to release their new music, which I’ve been working really hard on. Nothing comes out until I’m ready. Luckily I caught the hacker very quickly and deleted the post,” the singer tweeted.
Fans are now comparing Joyner Lucas’ claims to Rita’s 2014 tweet.
“There’s Rita Ora,” wrote one fan.
“Lmao there’s Rita Ora when she asked for 100,000 likes to release her album,” wrote another fan who recalled the singer’s tweets.
Did Machine Gun Kelly reply?
MGK has not yet responded to Joyner’s alleged tweets.
The singer is busy promoting his upcoming album Mainstream Clearance and his 2022 tour these days.
As such, all of his social media posts revolve around the upcoming release.
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