Have you seen posts like this?
Posts like this are circulating on Facebook and other social platforms. They usually send you to a 'news' site but usually it's a website disguised to look like a legit news website. In reality, if presented with a site like these, they can be trying to get you to input passwords or attempting to install a virus on your device by clicking on a separate link, after you get to the fake news platform. Be aware of where you are, look at your address bar and make sure it is a legitimate news organization's website. These images depict a Wix site being used to host the fake news site.
Received a text like this?
Received a text like this? Always a scammer. By replying "Y" you'll often get a reply message that looks legitimate and will include a link. The link is for getting a virus on your device that may be, looking for anything of value (including nude images), Attempting to access apps which may have personal information like banking details or Installing keyloggers so scammers can see your passwords.... The only things to do is to BLOCK the number (although this was likely not the scammer's phone number but a "spoofed" number) and DELETE the message (OR report it to police)