- Stonebwoy’s newly-born baby has had her social media account hacked
- Dr. Louisa Satekla, mother of the child took to her social media space to lament the issue
Barely 72 hours after the opening of Stonebwoy’s daughter’s first social media account, @jcathyxii, it has been hacked by some unknown persons.
According to a report sighted on Ghpage.com, Dr. Louisa Satekla, mother of Catherine Jidula Satekla, said her daughter’s Instagram account had been hacked just because she had managed to rack up 12,000 followers within the first 24 hours.
Dr. Louisa Satekla bemoaned, “Eeeiii, so they’ve hacked CJ’s Instagram account? How can you hate on a baby?”
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The mother of Stonebwoy’s daughter appeared shocked at the intentions someone would have to do something as petty and mischievous as attacking a baby’s social media handle.
She went on and revealed that, “Small 12k followers she got in 24hrs…smh I can’t believe some people.”
Multiple award-winning dancehall act, Stonebwoy, known in real life as Livingstone Etse Satekla and his wife, Dr. Louisa Satekla welcomed their first child not too long ago and outdoored her only last Saturday.
The naming ceremony was attended by many important people in the society and it took over the media space when pictures started flooding social media.
The Instagram account of Catherine Jidula Satekla which was created shortly after her outdooring had one picture posted of her cute hand and a name tag on her wrist.
However, checks made by YEN.com.gh have confirmed that the account @jcathyxii, is no more active.
Many celebrities including Kumi Guitar wished the new baby well and also congratulated Stonebwoy and his wife.
Many other celebrity babies have had social media accounts created for them. Some of these accounts include those of Kafui Danku’s daughter Baby Lorde, Yvonne Nelson’s daughter, Ryn Roberts and Sarkodie’s daughter, Titi.
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