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Ella Cruz’s Facebook page gets hacked

Hackers have attacked the Facebook page of actress Ella Cruz a day before her birthday.

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08/17/2020 05:07 PM
Ella Cruz’s Facebook page gets hacked
Photo Credit: @ellacruz Instagram

Hackers have attacked the Facebook page of Ella Cruz.

In a post on Instagram over the weekend, the actress-dancer asked the help of her followers as she revealed that she can no longer access her Facebook page. 

 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by 𝚎𝚕𝚕𝚊 🪐 (@ellacruz) on

 

“So.... tomorrow is my birthday and... someone hacked my FACEBOOK PAGE that recently got 4million followers.. and now my page doesn’t exist,” she said.

“Help,” she added.

As of writing, Ella’s page remains inaccessible on the social networking site.

In the comment section, many fans expressed their concern, some of which tagged Facebook’s official Instagram account to report the hacking incident. 

Below are some of their comments:

“Yeah... The page doesn’t exist.”

“Kaya pala ‘di kita nakikita sa notif ko. How sad. Pa-help po sa marunong.

“OMG?! Seriously?!”

“Happy birthday. So sad naman po.”

“Sana ma-recover.”

Ella is celebrating her 23rd birthday this Monday, August 17.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Hey Leo~ ♌️

A post shared by 𝚎𝚕𝚕𝚊 🪐 (@ellacruz) on

 

She recently made headlines after releasing her dance cover of “How You Like That,” the comeback song of South Korean girl group Blackpink.

Ella was last seen on television through the “Pariwara” episode of the hit legal drama anthology Ipaglaban Moepisode in 2019.

She played the role of Agnes in the Cinemalaya entry “Edward” in the same year. 

While she is not working on any acting project as of the moment, Ella had been busy helping the country curb the spread of the novel coronavirus. 

Last April, Ella and her onscreen partner Julian Trono launched a project that aims to raise funds to support the youth and frontliners who have been deeply affected by the crisis brought about by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

READ: Ella Cruz, Julian Trono launch fundraiser to help youth, frontliners amid COVID-19 crisis

The two coordinated with their family, friends, fellow artists, youth leaders, and local government units to start a fundraising campaign, with the goal of providing necessities for the families of their fellow youths, procure medical supplies for health workers, and send out food to volunteers and persons in authority who were deployed at various checkpoints across Metro Manila.