People ask Ryan Reynolds if he’s been ‘hacked’ after seeing his birthday post to Blake Lively
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Fans are wondering if Ryan Reynolds has been hacked after seeing his latest Instagram post.
However, the MCU star shared a surprisingly touching birthday tribute to his other half which has left many fans concerned. (This HAS to be a glitch!)
It’s not surprising that fans were confused, given that just last year Reynolds thoroughly roasted his other half on social media.
Having taken the mickey out of each other virtually year-round, the Wrexham FC owner shared an Instagram post with a photo of Lively sleeping with a piece of lettuce on her face – as she celebrated her birthday in 2022.
Whilst we might not get the in-joke, such barbs have come to be expected from the Deadpool actor – who is also regularly roasted by his wife.
However, this year was the exception with Reynolds sharing some beautiful images of his wife – with some even showing them snuggled up together.
The romantic gesture didn’t stop there either, as he added a particularly soppy caption which read: “The only thing irrevocably mine in the world is the love and appreciation and awe I feel for this person.”
“Witnessing her life is something I couldn’t take for granted if I tried. And believe me, I try,” he wrote, adding: “Happy Birthday, @blakelively. You hung the damn moon.”
Given that there was minimal ripping into his wife, the Instagram post has sparked concern among fans that Reynolds has been hacked.
Replying to the loved-up post, one fan wrote: “Is your account hacked? You’ve posted all good photos?!”
Another also shared their shock, adding: “…surprised there aren’t any photos of her cropped out this time…”
However, others took the opportunity to entertain themselves in the comments.
A third even joked: “Please don’t post good pictures of her, I thought you guys had broken up.”
To which a fourth quipped: “Bloody hell, was that a sincere post? Now, I’m gonna get grief from the wife, kids crying, nice one.”
Others came up with their own conspiracy theories about the suddenly sweet post, which were, um, pretty bizarre – even though they were tongue-in-cheek.
“Ryan is probably being held at gunpoint by Blake…,” argued an Instagram user, adding: “…bc there’s no other explanation…he didn’t post a bad picture.”
We are still going with the hacking theory for the time being.