Is no one safe anymore?
Just days after Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg‘s Twitter was hacked, Lana Del Rey‘s own account on the social media platform was hijacked. On Tuesday (June 7, 2016), strange messages started showing up on the “High by the Beach” singer’s personal Twitter, including random tweets about 9/11 and how “all muslims are terrorists.”
However, the 30-year-old songstress wasn’t the only one to have been hacked recently. Kylie Jenner and Katy Perry were both victims of having their own private accounts raided. Though hackers only managed to troll Jenner’s Twitter by alluding to the existence of a sex tape, which the reality star since denied, Perry had one of her demos stolen and leaked online.
Allegedly, the same person behind Del Rey’s hacking is also responsible for invading Jenner and Perry’s privacy. The handle @swaylol, which has been deactivated by Twitter, was mentioned in now-deleted tweets during all three hacks.