JR Smith claims he was hacked after ‘Good Bye Cavs!’ post on Facebook

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JR Smith claims he was hacked after ‘Good Bye Cavs!’ post on Facebook


JR Smith tweets out that he isn't leaving the Cavs, claiming for the second time this month he'd been hacked

MANILA, Philippines JR Smith may want to think about changing his social media passwords soon after claiming once again to have been hacked – this time on Facebook. 

Amidst the NBA offseason frenzy and trade speculations, the Cleveland Cavaliers guard once again stole the limelight after posting a ‘Good Bye CAVS!!’ status on his Facebook page on Wednesday, June 21 (Thursday in Manila).

Smith deleted the post, but just like his ‘Cavs in 7’ prediction a few weeks back, it made rounds all over the web. 

Following the Facebook fiasco, Smith, who signed a 4-year, $57-million contract with the Cavs in 2016, took to Twitter to inform everyone that he was not leaving the Cavs, and that it was another incident of hacking

“(I don’t know) what’s going on with social media but this is crazy,” wrote Smith on Twitter. “I’m not leaving the Cavs.” – Rappler.com

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