Lakers owner Jenny Buss’s Twitter account was hacked while trying to sell PlayStation 5s

Lakers owner Jenny Buss’s Twitter account was hacked while trying to sell PlayStation 5s


Jeanie Buss

No, Jeanie Buss does not have a PS5 connector. (Allen J. Shaben/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)

No, Jeanie Buss does not have an entry for PlayStation 5s.

Well, she can. But the Los Angeles Lakers owner didn’t try to sell them on Twitter Monday night.

Bass confirmed through the Lakers’ official account that her personal account was stolen on Tuesday morning.

Buss’ label seems to be back to normal now, but the original offering was certainly interesting.

The hackers say they have three PlayStation 5s that they are selling as Bus and all proceeds go to charity. As an added bonus, all buyers will have the opportunity to attend a Lakers game.

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Naturally, NBA fans had some fun on social media and shared their connection to the hacked account. A few tried to negotiate deals for Russell Westbrook, Kendrick Nunn and others.

We hope no one has sent money through this scam, which is becoming more and more common on social media. The email address provided was a pretty red flag.

But hey, it’s hard to blame Lakers fans for trying to negotiate some kind of deal. After all, the team missed last season entirely. There’s no harm in trying to get involved, right?

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