Sources close to Summer Bunni tell The Blast she believes the apparent hack was a targeted attack carried out by the Bardi Gang.
Bunni's account previously had over 76,000 followers and 35 posts before it was wiped clean Monday morning and then deleted from existence.
We're told Bunni believes the incident is connected to an Instagram Live broadcast she made over the weekend where she defended her relationship with Offset against many Cardi B supporters.
The aspiring rapper also sounded off on Cardi, telling the "Bodak Yellow" star, "You should be sending people to fight your husband," adding, "I'm not the only girl, I'm the only girl the world wants to focus on." During the video, Bunni was also playing Minaj's music, which didn't set well with the hip-hop star's fanbase.
Bunni says shortly after the broadcast, she noticed she was locked out of her Instagram account.
As we reported, Offset scrambled to cover up the alleged tryst that was set to go down between himself, Bunni and a third girl, named Cuban Doll.
Bunni, who is releasing a track detailing her relationship with the Migos star, claims she thought the relationship was real and denies she intentionally tried to bust up Cardi B's marriage.
We're told Bunni is currently working to gain back control of her hijacked Instagram account. We reached out to the platform for comment and have not yet heard back.