Samir Nasri confirmed his Twitter account was hacked after a series of scandalous tweets were posted to his account on Tuesday night. The Manchester City first-rate player, who is currently on loan at Spanish side Sevilla, was accused of cheating on then-girlfriend Anara Atanes after he was tagged in a post by a service he used called Drip Doctors.
The pair were together for two years until February of last year when they split, but appear to have reunited recently, only for Tuesday night’s events to put their future in serious uncertainty.
The medical firm initially posted a picture of the 29-year-old with the message:
‘We provided @SamNasri19 a concierge Immunity IV Drip to keep him hydrated & in top health during his busy soccer season.’
The hacked posts then started rolling in on Nasri’s account in response, which read:
‘U also provided me a full sexual service too right after. So guys make sure you get this service. This w**** came and f**** the same night.’
‘Sorry guys I just had to let the world know that my girlfriend anara who was with me at the time had booked this girl to give me an iv drip.
‘On arrival anara had left the room and this girl asked for my number and to go out with me that night. She then continued to give me a full service in my hotel room so doubling up her services. ‘Just giving you boys a heads up on this service from @DripDoctors.’
‘Unfortunately my twitter keeps deleting tweets. But just letting you boys know if you are in the la area and feeling lonely msg @DripDoctors.’
Nasri thereafter denied the accusations writing:
‘Someone hacked my account and tried to spread rumors which is fake i am sorry for all the ppl involved in that i apologies.’
A further tweet then explained the account had been hacked: ‘My account got hacked sorry about what happen earlier,’ the post said.
Drip Doctors have also denied the accusations on Twitter. See tweets below…..