Nearly one year ago singer Alicia Keys was caught tweeting from an iOS app while signed on as the Canadian company’s “creative director.”
BlackBerry wasn’t too pleased with that slip (which Keys claimed to be the result of a “hack”).
Though not for that reason, the pair have since parted ways.
And now the Waterloo-based smartphone maker has made the same mistake.
Check it out:
The app gained a few dozen retweets and favourites before being pulled promptly by BlackBerry. Since then the company has continued tweeting as normal with no mention of the incident—which is probably a more dignified route than pretending to be hacked.