Reba McEntire Takes to Social Media For a Second Time To Warn of Fake Accounts

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Reba McEntire is the latest country celebrity to take to social media to warn fans about fake accounts. It’s easy to use a celebrities name and try and get money from fans who adore that celebrity, but artists like Reba want to warn you not to fall for these requests.

“Hey guys, I need to talk to you something that Justin McIntosh (Vice President of Creative & Marketing for Reba) wanted me to remind you about. We need to be a little more careful on social media. And he asked me to say that my only official social media profiles—they have a blue check mark on it, beside my name. And I will never send you a direct message asking for any of your personal information or a request for money. Also, nobody from my team will ever do that. So if you do get an email or any kind of social media stuff like this report it.

[MORE: Trace Adkins Becomes Latest Celeb To Warn Fans of Imposter Social Media Accounts]

She went on to talk about going to socialmediasafetynashville.com to get more information about staying safe.

“Thank you all for watching this. I learned something too today,” Reba ended before heading off to her Las Vegas show with Brooks and Dunn.

Reba is just the latest in a long line of artists who have spoken out, reminding fans of to be aware of fake accounts. She spoke out once before on a particular accounts under her name, but this time the news warranted a second mention with video.

The blue check mark next to each artists name is a sure sign they are verified. Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, Keith Urban and friends even went so far as to do a PSA video for fans about the awareness. 

Reba’s video is just another reminder to be aware out there.

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