Pictures of Michael Jordan Kids
Michael Jordan's son is saying their Twitter account had been hacked after a picture of a penis was tweeted from their handle on Saturday.
The specific photo ended up being tweeted at 10:41 p.m. from 22-year-old Marcus Jordan's account, @SASBMJ, followed by this tweet: '#mistake my bad, ' reported.
Early Sunday, he tweeted, 'Anyway, what's poppin Twitter #HappySunday.' After that a couple hours later on he resolved the late-night penis image by saying, like Anthony Weiner did when his sexting scandal broke in 2011, that his account have been hacked.
Marcus Jordan (left) is saying their Twitter account ended up being hacked after an image of an erect cock was posted from his account on Saturday
Jordan has since erased his Twitter account. This is certainly a screenshot of this deleted tweet taken on an iPhone
'My homies hitting myself up speaking about some pic that was published from my account.. I am talking about really? Y'all believe I don't know how exactly to work this?' he tweeted.
'Whoever it had been posted it and deleted it.. THEN posted that "mistake" tweet to my page.. Lol Good an individual.. But #CmonSon that ain't myself.'
He included: 'This would be my what, third "accidental" tweet.. #FOH.'
Jordan features since deleted their Twitter account.
Claims of hacking have actually attracted certain skepticism since nyc mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner famously alleged in 2011 that he was in fact hacked after a photo of him inside the boxers was published from their Twitter account.
Marcus Jordan is pictured in 2000 with his daddy, jordan, through the eighth annual ESPY Awards program
Weiner later admitted which he had posted the image - including sent many other specific photographs - to many various women with who he had been carrying-on interactions with online.
Marcus Jordan, the second-eldest son of Michael and Juanita Jordan, played baseball when it comes to University of Central Florida in Orlando until their junior year, when he dropped out from the program.
He made headlines as a freshman as he refused to wear not Nikes regarding the courtroom, causing UCF to get rid of a profitable deal with Adidas.
He in addition had a run-in with authorities in July 2012, as he presumably had a drunken argument with two woman and then resisted arrest.
Marcus Jordan, the second-eldest son of Michael and Juanita Jordan, played baseball for the University of Central Florida in Orlando until his junior 12 months, as he dropped from the program