LISA Mercedez’s official Instagram account was allegedly compromised this afternoon (April 16) and was used to send hateful messages to her fans.
The Dancehall musician said she felt ‘violated’ after someone managed to sign into her account and uploaded three unpleasant posts.
The first post contained the words: “Attention everyone, this page belong[s] to me now b*tch.”
Another made reference to another UK artist, Steff London, it read: “A nun Lisa, Steff is the real G.”
My account was hacked today and I felt really violated , but karma is a bitch) whoever was trying to put me down congrats 💅🏽I just want to Big up everyone that had my back today don’t worry I saw the comments and and I saw Who Was liking the post on my page , I got people sending me screenshots ect , big up all who had my back today big up @sirdjcorey for helping me to recover my account 🙏🏿❤️#substanceoverhype
In a post to her fans, Lisa said: “My account was hacked – it was so disgusting – I feel really violated.
She added: “I just want to big up everyone that had my back today, don’t worry I saw the comments and I saw who was liking the post on my page.
“Big up @sirdjcorey for helping me to recover my account.”
One fan replied: “Don’t let Internet bullies win. Keep up the good work.”
Lisa’s account is now secured and the posts have been deleted.