Fresh off of winning the Solos tournament at the $30 million Fortnite World Cup, Kyle 'Bugha' Giersdorf unfortunately got his Twitter and Twitch accounts hacked.
Bugha pulled off the performance of a lifetime on July 28, becoming the first ever solos Fortnite Cup World champion.
The 16 year-old was celebrating being able to take home the massive $3 million prize, when his Twitter and Twitch accounts were suddenly hacked, locking him out of the platforms.
Shortly after the 16-year-old Fortnite pro was crowned champion, strange tweets began appearing on his Twitter account.
"Follow @perocet @_eclan" one of them said. "Follow @perocet @_eclan we in the vip lounge dropping dom p bottles live stream in 10 following 100 back in an hour" read the second.
A retweet was also posted from July 9, which said "fuck egirls" and contained a screenshot of a girl's Twitter profile.
Shortly after his Twitter account was hacked, his Twitch account was compromised too. Despite the account broadcasting live, a single image was displayed which said "Follow @percocet / @bug on twitter for a follow off bugha"
FaZe Clan's Nate Hill posted a tweet showing that the Twitch account had been used to gift him subs: "Yo @bugha thanks for the 100 gifted subs. @Twitch think my mans is hacked."
Bugha responded to the hack and posted on his Instagram story, saying: “My Twitter account has been hacked, those tweets are not mine."
Thankfully for Bugha, whoever compromised the accounts didn’t do much with them, besides asking his many followers to follow two random accounts.
Fans of the 16-year old Fortnite champion were not too thrilled with his accounts being hacked, as they replied to the unwelcome tweets with universal anger.
Many users mocked the hacker, accusing them of being an amateur for picking such an easy target. Most were just mad that it happened so soon after his hard earned win.
"Imagine hacking someone to get followers and still not getting any" one person laughed.
"Imagine being bugha and just playing the game and winning millions like holy god congrats bugha" another replied.
As of right now, it's unclear whether the two accounts have any relation to the hacker as they contain very little information. We'll update you if any more information develops.