As reported earlier today by Hello Vybes, that Wode Maya’s YouTube Channel had been hacked as a result of an unknown cyberpunk posting unauthorised content on the channel.
The purported hackers of Wode Maya’s YouTube channel were believed to be the company “MicroStrategy” owned by American businessman Michael J Saylor.
As a result of the purported hacking, MicroStrategy changed the name of the channel and used it to stream live fundraising and cryptocurrency sessions, causing his fans to rage on social media, urging YouTube officials to help him in reclaiming the channel.
In a surprising twist, Wode Maya has allegedly sold his YouTube channel, which has over 1 million subscribers, to the Bitcoin company that previously took over the channel.
According to the report, Wode Maya’s YouTube Channel was not hacked as many people believe, but he sold the Channel for a huge cash on a short-term basis to the Bitcoin company “MicroStrategy,” causing them to hide his videos by using the Channel for their one-week programme.
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As a result, Wode Maya’s account will be restored in a week if the activities and one-week programme of the Bitcoin company MicroStrategy are completed on the channel.
Meanwhile, Wode Maya, whose YouTube channel aims to change the negative narrative about Africans living on the continent and in diasporas, has yet to speak out about his alleged YouTube hack.