Amitabh Bachchan doesn’t feel Monday morning blues, and we have proof.
Early on Monday morning, a actor tweeted that his Twitter comment had been hacked. For Bachchan, that would be utterly a travesty. He numbers his tweets, he calls his Twitter supporters his Extended Family, so sufficient it to contend that he is utterly happily active on a micr0-blogging website.
However, the tweet reveals that on first himself following sex sites, Bachchan realised that his comment was hacked. But instead of being perturbed, he had a best response:
T 1980 -WHOA !..My Twitter hoop hacked ! Sex sites planted as ‘following’ ! Whoever did this, try someone else, buddy, we don’t need this !
— Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) Aug 31, 2015
This is maybe a many recent instance of a celeb’s comment removing hacked in India, after Karan Johar and Kamal R Khan’s comment were hacked in 2012.
Karan Johar had tweeted that his comment was promulgation pointless Direct Messages to people on his behalf, while KRK’s chatter feed has a slew of licentious messages.
We can safely contend that Amitabh Bachchan’s “Try someone else buddy, we don’t need this” is one of a best responses to training that your comment has been hacked. Well done, sir!