Within the message, he even wrote “please follow me.” The Facebook post was deleted within minutes.
Different users have registered a post by Mark Zuckerberg on his Facebook account that has puzzled them because they think he “has been hacked”.
The CEO of Meta and creator of the platform shared a series of nonsensical answers and numbers in a post that is no longer available.
It’s all on Twitter
According to images shared via Twitter, Zuckerberg wrote “1140648592060760981.”
Also, after a few minutes, the tech guy wrote “Follow me, please.”
The post was active for about 22 minutes until it was removed from the owner’s personal Facebook account . It garnered about 13,000 message comments from people amazed by the message.
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So far, there is no explanation for the publication and the written number.
Users, of course, have already put various theories about it. The most widespread is that of a hack, which, if true, would be worrying because not even the creator of the social network could be safe on Facebook .
However, others point out that it may be an attempt to draw attention to the proximity of Barcelona , an app linked to Instagram that will function in the same way as Twitter and where threads and short messages will be the protagonists.