Denver Nuggets star Jamal Murray apologized to his fans and he said his Instagram was hacked after an explicit video appeared on his Instagram stories Saturday night.
The video in question popped up on the 23-year-old’s IG stories late Saturday night and was deleted a very short time after it went up — but it still left his 450k followers in shock.
Sunday morning, he discussed the situation head-on … saying, “Firstly I would like to apologize to my fans. My Instagram account has been hacked, right now working on the issue. Thanks.”
However, we’re not going to post the video here.
We can understand why Murray is being sorry… but an apology isn’t necessary if what he’s saying is true — he’s a victim and does not have to apologize for anything.
The video was immediately removed, but of course, this did not stop social media from grabbing up the video and sharing it on twitter. Jamal Murray later took to Twitter apologizing for his fans.
Jamal Murray apologizing to the NBA this morning pic.twitter.com/4MrZdmAH6g
— . (@AKATheCoach) March 22, 2020
After the video went viral, Hempel took to twitter, asking for it to be deleted.
If you have the video please delete it
— Harper Hempel (@harperhempel) March 22, 2020
He asked all the users to delete the video if they have it.
Murray had gone viral earlier in the week over a short video of him playing the piano while social distancing.