Earlier today, Denver Nuggets point guard Jamal Murray’s Instagram account became the talk of social media. An NSFW video of Murray and his girlfriend Harper Hempel was posted to his Instagram story. Four random pictures were also posted to Murray’s Instagram account and have since been deleted, but not before thousands of people saw it.
Jamal Murray Put Out An Apology On Twitter Claiming He Was Hacked
Murray was quick to apologize to his fans on Twitter saying that his “account has been hacked.” The apology came less than 45 minutes after the video was posted to his Instagram story. He then temporarily deleted his Instagram while he was “working on the issue.”
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His Instagram is now currently back up and running.
People On Twitter Continued To Share The Video Even After It Was Taken Down
Although the video was taken down, several people on Twitter continued to share screen recordings of it. This prompted Hempel to post a tweet saying “if you have the video please delete it.”
Hempel’s Twitter account has since been made private. And while the video was up for less than an hour, people continued to talk and joke about it on Twitter hours later.
Others joked that the Denver Nuggets staff would have their hands full dealing with the aftermath of the video.
Some people weren’t convinced that his Instagram was actually hacked. They think Murray posted the video on his own.
But regardless of whether or not Murray’s Instagram was actually hacked, many were quick to note that Murray and Hempel seem like they are not practicing social distancing during the coronavirus outbreak.
Another tweet read “seems like Jamal Murray and his girlfriend were not social distancing.” Social distancing suggests that people should stay at least six feet apart from each other to prevent the spread of coronavirus, and government officials have been urging people of its importance. Obviously, Murray and Hempel were extremely close in the video.
This video leak comes after the NBA season was postponed due to several players contracting coronavirus.