Cynthia Bailey and her husband were tweeting updates about the big game last night, but all of a sudden Cynthia saw something on her Twitter timeline that she didn’t tweet. And she was shocked over the hacked tweet because it was apparently rather offensive. According to a new tweet released on Feb. 3, “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Cynthia Bailey apologized for offending her fans after getting her account hijacked last night during the game. While her husband Peter Thomas was tweeting about his reactions to the game, Cynthia was struggling to figure out what had happened to her account.
“My twitter got hijacked! Saw a tweet that I did not tweet. Got my people on it now!!!!!” “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Cynthia Bailey tweeted after spotting the uninvited tweet on her timeline. Good thing that she decided to apologize for her hacking even though she did nothing wrong, because one fan decided to unfollow the star over the message. “Good...I unfollowed you for that tweet. I was like what the hell does it matter what color she was,” the follower wrote after reading the message. And it sounds like Cynthia was quick to delete the message. “My timeline will reflect that I always try to keep my tweets positive. Thanks for the follow back,” she tweeted.
No word on what the hacked tweet read, but according to the follower, it was offensive and addressed someone’s skin color. Are you surprised that Cynthia’s Twitter account was hacked last night during the hour where “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” was supposed to air?