John Legend\'s Twitter Was Hacked and It Was Kind of the Best
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John Legend’s Twitter Was Hacked and It Was Kind of the Best


Typically, when the social media account of a celebrity is hacked, a massive scandal erupts and things get testy — but that wasn't the case with John Legend. 

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On the night of Friday, February 25, the 38-year-old musician's Twitter account was hacked, and the perpetrator sent out a number of vulgar tweets in John's name.

One said he wanted to have sex with Hillary Clinton. Another claimed he wanted to fight Donald Trump. And a third insisted he was high on Molly. 

But by far the best part was his wife Chrissy Teigen's reaction to the whole ordeal.

When John regained control of his account, the first thing he did was tweet out, "Someone just hacked my account."

And his wife's response? A sarcastic, "Mmhmm." But the 31-year-old supermodel didn't stop there.

After her husband got his account back, he didn't immediately notice that the hacker had changed his bio to read, "I have a small penis."

Thankfully, someone did, and they sent a screenshot of it to Chrissy, who tweeted it out and called it the "best dm of my life."

But how did the hackee react to the hacking?

The Grammy winner also had a good sense of humor about being hacked, writing, "I'm back. My hacker was vulgar and kinda hilarious. I'll try to be funnier from now on so he won't feel the need to ghost write for me."

He also tried to jokingly clear up some of what the hacker wrote, tweeting, "My hacker's assessment of my endowment was confusing. Big in the tweet about Hillary. Small in the bio. Make up your mind, hacker."

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Can you think of any other celebs who would handle being hacked so well?

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