Colombian Trance Artist Steve Dekay’s professional Facebook account has been hacked: 

Steve Dekay Fraudulent Facebook Page. 

Steve Dekay Fraudulent Facebook Page. 

This writer noticed the page’s contents had been compromised by photos not authorized by the artist around 12:00 a.m. E.S.T. on Saturday September 8, 2018 and notified the already knowing artist. 

Steve is an established producer with releases on Armada Music, Black Hole Recordings, FSOE Recordings and Monster Tunes. 

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A Facebook post by Steve (real name Steven Rengifo) encourages his followers to report the page to Facebook. 

Courtesy: Steven Rengifo. 

Courtesy: Steven Rengifo. 

A secondary professional page has been set up in its place and Steve encourages his followers to “like” this page: 

New Steve Dekay Professional Facebook Page. 

New Steve Dekay Professional Facebook Page. 



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