About 30 minutes ago, the following tweet was sent from FIFA president Sepp Blatter's Twitter account.
So what if I took money from Qatari prince? I am the family's bread earner twitter.com/SeppBlatter/st…— Joseph S Blatter (@SeppBlatter) April 22, 2013
His excellency the emir of #Qatar has been the most generous figure I have even met— Joseph S Blatter (@SeppBlatter) April 22, 2013
I have recommended his excellency prince Ali Bin Al Hussein of Jordan as my successor— Joseph S Blatter (@SeppBlatter) April 22, 2013
Blatter isn't the only one to have gotten his account hacked, though. The official FIFA World Cup account got hit, too:
It was decided that the president Sepp Blatter is to step down due to corruption charges— FIFAWorldCup (@FifaWorldCup) April 22, 2013
Emails between the Qatari foreign ministry and Mr. Blatter were found to conspire against some teams #FIFA— FIFAWorldCup (@FifaWorldCup) April 22, 2013
Cool hacking, Twitter pranksters! If you are in any way affiliated with FIFA or the World Cup, now is probably a good time to change your Twitter password.