Metro Boomin Claims He Was ‘Hacked,’ Didn’t Send ‘Corny’ Tweets

Metro Boomin Claims He Was 'Hacked,' Didn't Send 'Corny' Tweets
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Metro Boomin claims he has only recently regained access to his social media accounts, refuting any corny tweets posted since his joint album release with Future, WE DON’T TRUST YOU.

“jus got my phone # and accounts back today somebody hacked me the day the album dropped smh,” he begins on X/Twitter. “and all those corny ass tweets.

“all my day 1s know that’s nowhere in my character. All positivity always on my end We blessed It’s all love [red heart, purple heart emojis],” he continues, wrapping the message with a hashtag, #WeDontTrustYou.

On Monday (April 1), Metro appeared to take a direct jab at his peers, suggesting they’re “scared” to discuss the album online.

“I see a lot of n-ggas been scared to post the album too [crying face emojis] #IForgiveButIDontForget #WEDONTTRUSTYOU [no pedestrians emojis],” the since deleted tweet read.

Fans speculated that Metro’s comments were aimed at 21 Savage, a close collaborator. Yet, 21 Savage hasn’t addressed the album release on his socials. In fact, he’s been pretty low-key since the album dropped last month.

Despite what appears to be a lack of support from his crew, WE DON’T TRUST YOU has skyrocketed to the top of the charts.

According to Billboard, the Kendrick Lamar-backed track “Like That” has skyrocketed to the top spot on the Hot 100 chart. Notably, the presumed diss track, directed at Drake and J. Cole after their “First Person Shooter” release last fall, is among five songs from the album to debut in the Hot 100’s top 10. Moreover, the album itself claims the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200.

In its debut week, the Jumpman collaborators amassed 251,000 album units, marking the largest sales week of 2024. This achievement ranks second for Future, following “What a Time To Be Alive” with Drake in 2015. Meanwhile, the multi-platinum producer clocked his first No. 1 hit as a billed artist.