The messages that sowed doubt in the fans
At dawn on February 25, Luis Miguel greeted his audience, something he hadn’t done for four years.
“Good night, I love you all”was the first tweet of the interpreter dand the unconditional.
The following message was the one that sparked theories that Micky’s account may have been hacked, after asking his fans to react to the tweet to win free tickets to his next show.
“Like this tweet if you want free tickets to my next show”, expressed the false Luis Miguel. That post received more than 200,000 “likes” and more than 8,000 retweets in a few hours.
Instantly the comments exploded: “Did your account get hacked?”“They hacked Luis Miguel”, “I think they hacked our sun’s account”, “Chale well hacked”, “Tremendous hacked they hit him hahahahaha”, “someone stole your accountI already saw something strange when he said I love you all”, “OK I think they already hacked him, but for whatever reason I already gave him like MY SULTAN”.
To end his interaction in networks, Luis Miguel wrote: “Ok good night world”, and closed the message with a heart emoji. Until today, when what seemed like a joke came true.
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