Warning: Kevin O’Leary’s Twitter has been hacked, and has begun promoting crypto gifts

It looks like Twitter account By Kevin O’Leary, star of the TV show “Shark Tank,” it was hacked by scammers offering giveaways of both Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH).

In fact, on December 29th, the account pinned a tweet about a supposed gift, asking followers to “click the photo to enter the action.” In a flurry of tweets, followers of the TV personality began to become suspicious due to the volume of the tweets and the grammar used.

“My accounts have not been hacked! Last night I said on TV that I would give a gift. Enjoy.”

Another tweet said:

“THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOT FAKE AND IT IS NOT SCAM. MY ACCOUNTS HAVE NOT BEEN HACKED!!!”

Suspicious tweets on Kevin O’Leary’s Twitter account. Source: Twitter

Kevin O’Leary loses millions as FTX collapses

Earlier this month, O’Leary revealed that his involvement in cryptocurrency exchange FTX cost him millions of dollars. O’Leary was paid $15 million by FTX to act as a paid advocate for the now-defunct cryptocurrency exchange, which some people have described as fraudulent.

“I invested about $9.7 million in cryptocurrency. I think that’s what I lost. It’s all at zero. I don’t know because my account was closed two weeks ago. All the data, all the coins, everything. It wasn’t a good investment. Then I lost the money I had.” I invested it in the stock as well, and that’s zeros too.”

FTX investors have sued O’Leary, among other celebrities, alleging that the exchange’s ambassadors should have done more research and exercised more caution before approving the cryptocurrency company.

The latest incident will do O’Leary no favors within the cryptocurrency community, which already distrusts the businessman and media personality as a result of FTX’s commercialization.

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