The Crayola Facebook page was hacked by an unknown group this weekend and posts were being posted with an offensive nature.
Crayola’s social media page has many pictures with sexual innuendos as well as links to R-rated sites. The Facebook page has 2,448,895 followers so you can just imagine how many people saw the posts.
Crayola now have full control of its Facebook page, but they wanted to let their followers know they were not happy. They left a Facebook status providing their apologies to their community for the offensive posts that were somewhat inappropriate.
The also took to their Twitter account where they have 32K follow with a couple of tweets covering the hack. The first was to let all followers know they were aware of their official Facebook page being hacked. The other tweet was to let people know they do not condone any content being posted with offensive and inappropriate content.
Offensive posts were removed on Sunday evening from Crayola’s Facebook page. Did you see any offensive posts over on the official Crayola Facebook page?