A Spanish Shit Posting Account Has Hacked And Hijacked The Accounts Of Taylor Swift, Lil Nas X, Drake, The Weeknd, Eminem, Travis Scott, Kanye West, Justin Bieber, Cardi B, Chris Brown, Jay Z, Michael Jackson, Harry Styles, Ariana Grande And Is Posting Bizarre Videos
Daily Mail - The YouTube channels of Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, Eminem and many other A-list celebrities appear to have been hacked by a Spanish 'sh**posting' account.
Multiple accounts have had bizarre videos uploaded, one of which is entitled 'Justin bieber - Free Paco Sanz (ft. Will Smith, Chris Rock, Skinny flex & Los Pelaos)'.
Paco Sanz is a Spanish criminal currently in prison for defrauding thousands of people by pretending to have a terminal illness.
The video features Sanz holding a guitar the wrong way around and singing in Spanish, overdubbed with some heavy synthesized beats.
The reference to Will Smith and Chris Rock in the title may just be a way to get clicks, following the 'slapgate' scandal involving the two actors at the Oscars last month.
Twitter account @lospelaosbro (which takes its name from a Latin pop group) claimed responsibility the hacks in a flurry of tweets, in which he asked for suggestions on who to hack next, along with various photos of what seems to be Paco Sanz.
The identity of @lospelaosbro is unknown. The Twitter account was started only this month, but already has more than 7,500 followers.
This is fuckin nuts.
I'm by no means a computer or IT expert, but common sense would lead one to think that there is one person, or one account, who had access to all of these artist's accounts and that's who got breached here. Right? I mean how else would somebody gain access to the biggest music stars in the world's youtube accounts and begin posting mariachi political videos and Daddy Yankee remixes? (laugh out fucking loud at the last one).
Either way, this is exactly why every major corporation, no matter what the industry needs their own All Business Pete. Spanish shit posters wouldn't even dare try to breach this guy's firewall or whatever its called.
p.s. - does anybody else operate under the assumption that no matter how much we think our things are secure that hackers could just infiltrate and gain access to anything and everything they want at any time? I think the last people on Earth I would want to end up on the wrong side of are real deal hackers like Anonymous. Scariest mother fuckers alive. Incidents like this one today make me wonder how there aren't more "fappening" leaks like once a month. This shit is so easy for them.