Kangana claims Chinese tried to Hack Instagram Account

In a social media post, Kangana Ranaut claimed that her Instagram account was under attack from Chinese hackers.

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"I am getting logged out of my account again and again."

Kangana Ranaut has claimed that someone from China “tried to hack” into her Instagram account, stating that there is a “very big international conspiracy” against her.

She now says that she is finding it difficult to remain logged in.

The outspoken actress made the claims in an Instagram Story.

She also alleged that her Instagram Stories about the ongoing situation in Afghanistan had disappeared.

Kangana wrote: “Last night I got an Instagram alert as someone tried to hack my account in China, the alert disappeared suddenly, and this morning all my stories about Talibanis has disappeared.

“My account was disabled.

“After calling Instagram people I could access it, but as I try to write I am getting logged out of my account again and again.”

Kangana went on to say that due to her concerns, she created the Instagram Story on her sister Rangoli’s phone.

She continued: “Took my sister’s phone to do this story, as she has my account opened on her phone as well.

“This is a very big international conspiracy… Unbelievable.”

Kangana has criticised social media platforms in the past.

Twitter permanently suspended her account for repeatedly violating the platform’s Hateful Conduct and Abusive Behaviour policy.

She began using Instagram to voice her opinions. In May 2021, she mocked Twitter, writing:

“Poor Twitter begging for freedom of speech, twitter the great, the unelected member of parliament, supreme justice of the world, keeper of moral compass of humanity and what is their basic qualifications or credentials to ask or forcefully acquire this power? Who are they?”

However, she came out and said that it would only be a matter of time before she was banned from Instagram also.

Kangana already had a post deleted by the social media platform.

She claimed that having the platform delete her account completely would be “a badge of honour” for her.

Kangana said:

“This platform never appealed to me and I am eagerly waiting to be banned here, it will be a badge of honour.”

“When I look back, I will remember I did not fit in, I made them uncomfortable, I asked questions and pushed them to go beyond buying and selling.

“When you look back what will you see yourself as? Meek obedient sheep in a herd waiting to exploit or get exploited?”

On the work front, Kangana finished filming Dhaakad.

She will also be seen in Thalaivi which was set to release in June 2020 but was postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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