It seems that Taylor Swift has been the latest victim of hackers. The beautiful singer’s Twitter and Instagram accounts were reportedly hacked. It seems that the hackers also shared some messages from these social media accounts. The hacked tweets were deleted about 15 minutes after they were posted.
Reports indicated that the two accounts were compromised for a short period of time. Moreover, it seems that a Twitter user threatened to release some nude photos of the young singer, which reportedly were obtained from the hacked accounts.
Naturally, Taylor was very upset with this whole situation. “My Twitter got hacked but don’t worry, Twitter is deleting the hacker tweets and locking my account until they can figure out how this happened and get me new passwords. Never a dull moment,” the star claimed. “Now Instragram. This is going to be a long day,” the beautiful singer added after she learned that her Instagram account had also been hacked.
Moreover, it seems that Taylor wanted to clarify the fact that hackers could not be in the possession of some nude photos of herself. “PS any hacker saying they have ‘nudes’? Psssh you’d love that wouldn’t you! Have fun photoshopping cause you got NOTHING,” the star said in a post on social media.
However, it seems that the hacking was real and Taylor wasn’t the only person affected. And without a doubt, Taylor Swift is not the first star who have been targeted by hackers. In fact, numerous celebrities saw personal photos being shared online after being obtained by hackers who managed to break into several of their accounts. Kate Upton and Jennifer Lawrence are just two of the female celebrities who were linked to the massive hacking attack that occurred last year.
Well, it is yet to see if hackers have really entered into the possession of some nude photos of Taylor Swift, as the singer seems quite confident that she has nothing to worry about. Serious privacy concerns have raised in the past few months, as hacking attacks seems to become more common, while numerous people see their accounts compromised.