Bray Wyatt's Twitter Account gets Hacked by a PS5 Scammer

Bray Wyatt’s Twitter Account gets Hacked by a PS5 Scammer

Former WWE Universal Champion Bray Wyatt, now known by his real name, Windham Rotunda, had his Twitter account hacked. In a tweet posted half an hour ago as of writing this article, a scammer trying to sell PlayStation 5 video game consoles took over his account and posted an ad to his followers.

“Fireflys I was able to receive an extra PS5 from a sponsor and I wanted to sell it to one of you guys for retail price!” the scammer writes, posing as Bray. “I can ship anywhere in the USA ( DMS OPENED).” Images are of the scammer asking for $550 through Zelle or Apple Pay to interested Twitter users are surfacing. Screenshots of the conversations have also been leaked on the social media sites.

Bray has been busy working on his first Hollywood film project, as he is cast in a horror movie. Work of the filming on the project was scheduled to begin in late November in Tennessee, and the project is being described as a blend of Ichi the Killer and Xanadu. Horror movie fans have been following the film updates, curious to know the details of it.

A recent edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter stated that AEW had well-directed plans to sign Wyatt to their promotion. It was also being reported that Impact Wrestling had a similar interest in bringing in the popular WWE star into their company.

Wyatt was released from WWE back on Saturday, July 31, 2021. He became a free agent when his 90-day non-compete clause finished on Friday, October 29 but has yet to appear in any other pro wrestling company as of writing this article. Wyatt had reached the zenith of his WWE career when he had faced The Undertaker at Wrestlemania 31. His character was well written, he even managed to scare grown-up adults, such was his commitment to being a heel.

For those who haven’t heard about the gaming consoles, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X gaming consoles have been extremely difficult for the average person to order since they were released in late 2020. The issue of bots buying up all the gaming consoles and subsequently scalping up prices has become such a huge problem that the US Congress recently introduced a bill that could automatically ban bots from purchasing such items.

Avishkar Govardhane is a Sports Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News covering the latest Cricket News.

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