Aled Jones apologized to fans after an intimate photo appeared on his Twitter on Sunday afternoon (July 4th) claiming he was the victim of a hack.
A close-up of the crotch of a man in black Calvin Klein boxer shorts was posted to the singer’s Twitter account as Fleet – content that will disappear after 24 hours.
âI was hacked, sorry everyone! Jeez xxx, âhe tweeted, claiming he didn’t know what Fleet is. “Never heard of it!” he said.
Shortly afterwards, Jones wrote: âEverything back to normal – passwords changed – that was an interesting 20 minutes – especially when I’m watching John Wick with the mother-in-law !!! “
The independent one has asked Jones representatives for comment.
Jones became famous for the cover of “Walking in the Air,” the song from the Channel 4 animated film The Snowman, based on the book by Raymond Briggs.
He has also worked and presented on television Cash in the attic and Escape to the countryside.
In July 2020, in a mass Twitter hack, attackers took over some of the largest accounts in the world by posting messages encouraging anyone reading to send Bitcoin to a certain address and falsely promising to receive more cryptocurrency in return .
The posts came from the official accounts of people including tech billionaire and Tesla founder Elon Musk, former President Barack Obama, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, and reality TV star Kim Kardashian.