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Someone Hacked Selena Gomez Instagram, Shared Nude Justin Bieber Photos

Someone Hacked Selena Gomez Instagram, Shared Nude Justin Bieber Photos
August 30, 2017Wang Wei
The highest followers account on Instagram owned by Selena Gomez has recently been hacked with unknown hackers posting a bunch of nude photographs of her ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber on her account. The latest hack is not part of the ongoing Fappening events affecting a majority of celebrities by targeting their iCloud accounts, rather in the case of Selena, some hacker managed to breach her Instagram account and posted Bieber's photos. Bieber's three full-frontal shots of naked photos were visible to Selena's 125 million Instagram followers for a short duration of time, after which her account was swiftly taken down Monday night. A post from Selena's official Instagram account went up Monday showing 3 pics of Bieber with a caption that read: "LOOK AT THIS N***A LIL SHRIMPY." Selena's team has since re-secured her Instagram account, which was back online minutes after it was taken down, with the photos of Bieber deleted. The Bieber nude images

Justin Bieber Twitter account hacked, Spammed malicious links to 50 Million Followers

Justin Bieber Twitter account hacked, Spammed malicious links to 50 Million Followers
March 10, 2014Wang Wei
Pop Singer Justin Bieber's Twitter account hacked for around 15 minutes before it was corrected! The Twitter account with 50.2 Million Followers was compromised i.e. Twitter account with the second most Twitter followers. Spammers tweeted in Indonesian language from his hacked account with the links to a malicious twitter app named " ShootingStarPro ", and messages reading " Justin Bieber Cemberut? ", means - " Justin Bieber sullen? " It seems that the Justin's twitter account was hijacked by Indonesian hacker with a malicious twitter app, that further tweeted links to the a malicious website rumahfollowers[dot]tk   that hosted " ShootingStarPro " app, aimed to target his millions of followers in one shot. Justin's team quickly responded to the issue, deleted the bogus tweets and told fans " All good now. We handled it. ". He also warned his followers, " That link from earlier. Don't click it. Virus. Going to e
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