Songs Of Praise star Aled Jones said that after posting a very rude photo on his account, his Twitter was hacked
The song of praise star Aled Jones said that after posting a very rude photo on his account, his Twitter account was that account.
On Sunday, the 50-year-old singer apologized to fans after posting a close-up photo of the crotch of a man wearing Calvin Klein’s black shorts on his Twitter account.
Fleet is content on Twitter, which disappears 24 hours after it is posted, similar to an Instagram story.
Writing on Twitter, Alder Say: “I was hacked, I’m sorry everyone! Gosh xxx” and then claimed that he didn’t know what the fleet was, and added: “Never heard of it!”
Then he explained: “Everything is back to normal-the password change-it was a fun 20 minutes-especially when I watched John Wick with my mother-in-law!!!”
Aled rose to fame for “Walking in the Air”, the song behind the Channel 4 Christmas short “Snowman”.
The song successfully ranked fifth on the British singles chart.
Aled continued to have a successful music career, releasing 16 albums at the age of 16, and selling more than 6 million copies.
The former choir boy later received an MBE in 2013 for his contributions to music and broadcasting.
He became the radio host of Classic FM in 2002 and then the spokesperson of Songs of Praise in 2004.
The star released his latest album “Blessings” last year.
Since 2001, Aled has married his wife Claire Fossett and has children Emilia and Lucas together.