Tanmay Bhat and Abdu Rozik’s YouTube accounts were hacked, featuring a Tesla event

Tanmay, whose Gmail account was also hacked, has a photo of Tesla, a US automotive company, on his YouTube profile.

Cyberattacks have been launched against the popular YouTubers Tanmay Bhat, Aishwarya Mohanraj, and former “Bigg Boss” competitor Abdu Rozik. Tanmay, whose Gmail account was also compromised, has a picture of Tesla, a US automaker, on his YouTube website. The channel even live broadcast a Tesla event. He still had 473 videos on his channel. There is now no content on the channel’s page despite having more than 4 million followers.

According to Tanmay, his case involved a two-factor authentication compromise.


Similarly, two live feeds of a Tesla event are included on Aishwarya Mohanraj’s channel, which has more than 70,000 members.

Due to Elon Musk’s widespread internet presence, hackers have previously used his likeness to carry out a variety of scams. Even impersonating a Tesla business account owned by Musk isn’t altogether new. These hackers are running live feeds with messages superimposed on top that push people to scan a QR code on the screen.

Hackers also targeted Abdu, who has over 1 million YouTube subscribers. His channel has also been overrun with videos of crack software tutorials.