Katy Perry is the owner of the largest account on Twitter ( ) but this didn’t stop a sneaky hacker managed to break in and broadcast some embarrassing messages to her 89 million followers.
The 31-year-old singer’s account was compromised on Memorial Day and the hacker used the platform to shout out to and, more sinisterly, spout homophobic abuse and leak one of Perry’s as yet unreleased songs named Witness 1.3.
PRO TIP: After you hack Katy Perry’s account, be sure to waste the opportunity and speak absolute gibberish
— JonOnAString (@JonOnAString)
The leaked song was uploaded to Sound Cloud by an account named ‘slut; but was removed shortly afterward thanks to a takedown notice from the Universal Music Group on Katy’s behalf. But not before fans had downloaded the song and thrown it up on Youtube.
— sway (@sw4ylol)
Katy Perry seems to have regained the control of her account as the hacked messages have since been cleared, but she hasn’t yet commented on the embarrassing intrusion.
Oh well, at least
Which detail of the hack do you think Katy Perry is most mortified about?