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27th Dec 2016

Everyone thinks Samir Nasri has been hacked after this string of x-rated tweets

It almost certainly wasn't Nasri sending these tweets


If you stuck your head into Twitter on Tuesday evening, there’s a good chance you might have seen Samir Nasri’s name mentioned on your timeline.

A string of tweets from the Manchester City player’s account swiftly clocked up thousands of retweets before being deleted.

It started when the following tweet, which featured a picture of Nasri standing beside an unnamed woman, was shared from a Twitter account with the handle @DripDoctors.

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Soon after, the tweet was quoted in a tweet sent from Nasri’s account (presumably definitely not from Nasri himself).Screen Shot 2016-12-27 at 23.01.06

Then came this, which quoted another Nasri-related tweet from @DripDoctors Screen Shot 2016-12-27 at 23.00.12

What followed appeared to be an explanation from Nasri, although yet again, we’re under the impression he wasn’t the person responsible for any of these tweets.

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Soon after these tweets were deleted, another couple appeared.

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Yet again, they were deleted, as was the following tweet, which appears to be the final one sent.

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Clearly, plenty of people felt Nasri’s account had been hacked, with many suggesting an ex-partner was responsible.