Jamal Murray Apologizes For NSFW Video Posted On Instagram With 'account Was Hacked' Claim

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Jamal Murray Instagram: Denver Nuggets star Murray apologized for the NSFW video posted and informed everyone that his Instagram account had been hacked.

Written By Devika Pawar | Mumbai | Updated On:
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On Sunday, Denver Nuggets star Jamal Murray's Instagram account started posting several strange posts. One of those posts was an NSFW video of Jamal Murray and his girlfriend Harper Hempel. Though Jamal Murray and Hempel deactivated their Instagram accounts, the video had been saved and circulated on social media sites. 

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What did Jamal Murray do?

Both Jamal Murray and Harper Hempel took to Twitter after Murray's account was hacked. While Murray apologized for the video and informed everyone that his account had been hacked, Hempel requested everyone who had the video to delete it. Despite Hempel's request, several Twitter accounts continued to circulate the NSFW video online.

Most fans created memes about the video posted, even joking about the young Nuggets fans. who might have accidentally seen the story. Jamal Murray's Instagram, which had been deactivated, has already been activated after deleting all the posts made. With the NBA season currently suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak, Murray had been posting updates on Twitter and Instagram while spending time in isolation. 

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