Justin Bieber’s Twitter Account Hacked

Canadian Pop icon Justin Bieber had his Twitter account hacked into yesterday. The hacker unfollowed people and blocked some of Bieber’s followers. He also posted, “19 million my ass #biebermyballs” for Justin’s 19 million followers.

The hacker chose to purvey this most heinous crime as Bieber reached 19 million followers yesterday. I guess that was a milestone the hacker couldn’t deal with, as he began blocking followers left and right.

He also didn’t take too kindly to Bieber following anyone else either, as he unfollowed over 100,000 people Justin was following. Bieber’s people quickly re-followed who they could and restored order to the account and the universe. So far nothing strange has happened again.

“#biebermyballs” may sound familiar to you. Carly Rae Jepsen’s Twitter account was hacked a few weeks ago, and the same hashtag was used by that hacker as well. No one knows if it is the same hacker, as neither one has been identified yet.

Beliebers on Twitter have alot to say about the hack. Big surprise, there. It’s amazing how many people have a Twitter account for the sole purpose of watching everything Bieber does.

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