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The fashion designer posted on Instagram Thursday morning, explaining that his account had been hacked following now-deleted images that told followers that he was selling his kicks and for them to direct message him if they were interested in buying.
“FINALLY BACK ON TRACK ! I apologize to everyone for all the fake posts of these past hours ! I love all my sneakers and i will never sell them #thanku @instagram for helping me get back my account #iwokeuplikethis #hackiswack,” Rousteing captioned alongside an image of him with the phrase “The face that I do when I find out that a hacker is selling shoes on my Instagram page #leaveOlialone.”
Let’s hope Kim Kardashian and Kendall Jenner‘s favorite designer has his account secured before the Balmain x H&M drops in November because if we’ve learned anything from past designer collabs (see here and here), online madness is likely to ensue.
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