Actress Jessica Alba’s Instagram appeared to have been hacked Tuesday morning.
The Instagram hacking comes days after the “Fantastic Four” actress’ Twitter was also hacked, according to a report published by Page Six. Tuesday morning Alba’s Instagram feed featured photos of support for YNW Melly, a rapper saddled with a double murder charge in Florida.
The hacker reportedly also posted “Nazi Germany is innocent no matter what y’all say I swear to God,” to her account.
The hacker also allegedly asked Alba for forgiveness writing, “Jessica, when I was a little kid, 6 years old, I used to watch fantastic four, and I loved you please forgive me I’m just having fun.”
Alba’s team had the photos down sometime this morning. (RELATED: Jessica Alba Reveals Her Three New Tattoos In Honor Of Her Kid)
The Instagram hack comes days after her Twitter was seemingly hacked by the same person.
“Nazi Germany Did Nothing Wrong And That’s On God N–a,” the hacker tweeted from her account.
Alba laughed off the hack on Instagram Monday with a post of her son. She captioned the photo, “Me yesterday -When you wake up and realize your Twitter got hacked while you were asleep!”
As much as I don’t want celebrities to get hacked, they need way better passwords than the ones they have. If they would make their passwords harder to guess, they probably would stop getting hacked.