“The Message” infiltrated the Money in the Bank pay-per-view and proved that nobody is safe.
A new vignette aired During the Money in the Bank pay-per-view featuring the hacker of Friday Night SmackDown, the person that calls themselves (at least on Twitter) “The Message.”
This vignette was brief, as have been all the others, but this time there was no specific target. In fact, this message deviated from the norm by showing that everybody on SmackDown was a target as a wide shot display add this person watching all of WWE's media keeping a close eye on everybody on the SmackDown brand.
ꀤ ꍏꎭ ꏂ꒦ꏂꋪꌩꅐꀍꏂꋪꏂ pic.twitter.com/WwdZClRMQh— The Message (@TheMessageWWE) May 11, 2020
Prior to this, their most recent intrusion was on the May 8th episode of SmackDown which saw a voicemail played featuring somebody saying that payback would be coming soon.
ꅐꏂ ꅐ꒻꒒꒒ ꋪꀤꌚꏂ pic.twitter.com/PcmOO5kBWF— The Message (@TheMessageWWE) May 9, 2020
In the past, this person has targeted teams on SmackDown saying that some keep their friends close and their enemies closer.
Whoever this person is, they are doing a fine job of staying in the forefront of the minds of the WWE Universe as many tried to piece together clues while anxiously awaiting more revelations.
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