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NBA Player Jamal Murray Apologizes for Oral Sex Video on Instagram, Says He Was Hacked

NBA player Jamal Murray is apologizing after an NSFW video was published from his official Instagram account.

The Denver Nuggets guard became the No. 1 trend on Twitter early Sunday morning (Mar. 22) after a video showing a woman believed to be his girlfriend Harper Hempel performing oral sex on him was posted on his IG Stories late Saturday night.

After the video was promptly removed, as well as his entire Instagram account, Murray took to Twitter to address the situation.

“First and foremost I would like to apologize to my fans,” he wrote. “My account has been hacked, currently working on the issue. Thanks.”

Prior to Murray’s IG account being deleted, a series of extremely random posts were posted on his Stories, making the whole situation even more strange and adding weight to his “My bad, I got hacked y’all” explanation.

But some people aren’t buying Murray’s “I was hacked” story.

Whether or not folks believe Murray, the fact that a video showing him getting dome was posted on his verified Instagram account during the NBA’s suspension due to coronavirus caused him to become the butt of many jokes on Twitter.

Before this, Jamal Murray went viral on social media over this clip of him playing the piano while practicing social distancing.

The Denver Nuggets announced on Thursday (Mar. 19) that a member of their team had tested positive for coronavirus.

They didn’t reveal a name but said that the person started experiencing symptoms earlier in the week on Monday and they are “currently under the care of team medical staff and in self-isolation.”

The entire NBA was shut down on March 10th after Utah Jazz player Rudy Gobert tested positive for coronavirus, and the Nuggets announced that they’d be closing their facilities for two weeks amid the outbreak.

As of Sunday (Mar. 22), NBA players who have tested positive for COVID-19 include Gobert, his Jazz teammate Donovan Mitchell, Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant along with three of his teammates, Pistons forward Christian Wood and two unidentified members of the Los Angeles Lakers.

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