Twitter Had the Best Reactions to Noah Centineo's Instagram Being Hacked

There are a lot of major perks to fame, but all that exposure also comes with some daunting downsides.

To All the Boys I've Loved Before star Noah Centineo recently got a rude awakening about one of the negative aspects. He tweeted Monday that his Instagram account was hacked.

Apparently, someone had been posting about iPhone X giveaways from his account. Eesh. "Unfortunately I have absolutely no IPhone X's to giveaway. Which leads me to my next point," Noah wrote. "My instagram is Hacked."

Noah Centineo at Netflix screening of To All the Boys I've Loved Before

(Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

Celebrity social media hacks are nothing new at this point, so Noah's fans took it in stride. In fact, most of them quickly injected humor into the situation. Their replies to his tweet kept the situation light.

As you can see, he's getting blamed in the replies for a lot of heart "hacks," and we're not surprised. Noah gained a lot of attention by playing the swoon-worthy Peter Kavinsky in Netflix's recent movie based on Jenny Han's YA novel To All the Boys I've Loved Before. Apparently, the hacker took notice of Noah's growing fame, too.

The good news is that Noah is "back now," according to a follow-up tweet. He posted about the hack again roughly six hours after his first message, and he admitted that he wasn't using two-step verification. Now that his profile has risen, he's probably going to want to make sure he sets it up whenever possible.


If you're one of the people whose heart Noah Centineo hacked, click HERE to see how his co-star Lana Condor describes his kissing.