People online are confused as Ma’a Nonu is hacked on social media
Rugby fans online are racking their brains as it is revealed that All Blacks star Ma’a Nonu has been hacked on his social media platforms by an unknown person.
Posts started flooding in for the All Black star today after all his posts on Instagram had been deleted and changed to another one.
Rugby fans are confused as posts appear to show an account called @ard4boi had hacked the account and put a story trying to get the many fans to follow that account.
Nonu recently has been involved in club rugby for the Hurricanes helping players such as Ardie Savea in preparation for their Super Rugby Aotearoa competition.
In the competition, the All Blacks star is working from the sidelines to help the Hurricanes in their preparation!
— asdf:PS5:BLM (@nabwela) July 9, 2020
@maavelous your IG account has been hacked mate
— Callum Covs (@CalCovs) July 9, 2020
It appears that Nonu may have been able to get access back into his account after the post featuring the mystery on his account was removed.
The All Black star has not yet commented on this.
The All Black centre is considered by many to be one of the greatest rugby players of all time. His distinctive look and terrifying runs made Ma’a Nonu a household name in rugby.
Legendary All Black and two time World Cup winner Ma’a Nonu was on sensational form for the San Diego Legion this season in the MLR however.
The 39-year-old centre still has what it takes to make it at the top as he sparked the performances that the American team needed to finish this season at the top before it was cut short!
The 103-test All Blacks joined the San Diego Legion in Major League Rugby, after a single year back on home shores with the Blues.