Life is such a funny circle where the vulnerable is always taken advantage of. No matter how hard those in such positions try, they still lag behind.
Hackers seem to have their way around a lot of things all the time. With the proliferation of information in every turn of the globe, people have perfected how to spy on others at their own backyard. These hackers hit you where it hurts the most.
Recall Kwadwo Sheldon had his YouTube account suspended after a hacker got into it. Well, Felix Adomako aka Zionfelix is facing same fate after a hacker used his YouTube account to stream a video of Elon Musk.
After Zionfelix reported this same event on his official Facebook account, many netizens sympathized with him whilst others trolled his predicament. This is one of the most painful aspect of a blogger or vlogger's life.
What do you make of this ? Have you ever had your account suspended because of these issues before? Kindly share your thoughts with us.
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