Also Keemstar might be involved for some reason...
Today, 1.26.20, the Chicago Bears twitter account got hacked by what appears to be a white hat hacker group/Security company(??) called OurMine.
This is not the first time that they've hacked an important social media account either. In just the past four years they have also hacked the accounts of Mark Zuckerberg, the president of Sony, the CEO of Google, Netflix, and National Geographic. That's not super relevant but it is a pretty impressive body count if I'm being honest.
So at 10:02 am this tweet came out of the official twitter account of the Chicago Bears. Less than 5 minutes later Keemstar was on the case. If you don't know who that is, he's basically just a YouTuber with an annoying voice that reports on anything that happens on social media. He's pretty well known on YouTube for his DramaAlert channel, and how over the top he can be. But at 10:05 am he was already tweeting about it. I'd also like to point out that the only person OurMine was following at that point was Keemstar. Unless Keem has his notification on for the Bears twitter account, this looks a little sus. Like how could he have reacted to that so quickly unless he already knew it was gonna happen? Like I get that the guy is plugged in but I didn't realize he was THAT plugged in.
Maybe I'm reacting a little hastily but I kinda feel like it doesn't take someone with an IQ over 140 to connect those dots. I'm not trying to say that Keem is a hacker, but I'd be lying if I told you that I didn't think he had connections in those circles.
Either way, enough hot takes for the day. It's Sunday, so grab an Advil for that hangover you're nursing, maybe a drink too (I don't judge) and follow me on twitter @patkane1800 so we can suffer through this work week TOGETHER.