Samir Nasri's Twitter account was almost certainly hacked early on Wednesday morning. A series of bizarre messages appeared on the Sevilla player's official account, in response to a tweet from LA based @DripDoctors, a supposed medical service, saying they had given Nasri a "Concierge Immunity IV drip" to keep him healthy during his "soccer season".
The messages on Nasri's accounts claimed he had received a lot more than the medical treatment.
And then proceeded to give a bizarre explanation as to how things had come about.
At this point much of the Twitter-sphere was watching and re-tweeting every new message. Until eventually a mis-spelt tweet appeared saying the account had been hacked.
However before long yet more messages appeared continuing the previous thread.
A little after this all the original tweets were deleted, and it looked as if Nasri or his social media managers were back in control of the account. But not for long...
It looks like there was a fight for control over the account at this point, but with the hacker apparently still able to post messages.
Meanwhile @DripDoctors were confirming that Samir Nasri's account had been hacked.
Finally after about 00:30 in Spain the tweet storm stopped, all the messages were deleted from Nasri's account, which went back to how it had been at the start of the night (a night the player and his social media team are unlikely to forget in a while...)
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