Last week, it was revealed that a Russian hacker had posted the social security numbers, addresses, credit reports and other important information for a number of stars and political figures, from Kim Kardashian to Michelle Obama. And that news was pretty boring, because unless you planned to open a credit card in Hillary Clinton's name, there was nothing valuable achieved from that hack.
On Monday, though, some hackers put their powers to good use, as they broke into all of rapper Soulja Boy's social media accounts and deleted all of his videos from his YouTube channel. If only it had been permanent, what a perfect world this would be.
The 'Crank That (Soulja Boy)' hitmaker, real name DeAndre Way, was shocked to discover all of his music videos from YouTube.com had been deleted, while assailants had also compromised the security of his Facebook, Twitter and Instagram blogs too.
After changing the password for his Twitter page, he reached out to fans online to ask for help in rectifying the internet issue.
He tweeted, "This is only going to make me go harder, they deleted all my YouTube videos that's some real hater s**t right there". (3 News)
Yeah, deleting your YouTube videos, that's so horrible. Tupac and Biggie were gunned down in the primes of their careers, but that's nothing compared to someone erasing "Crank Dat (Soulja Boy)"for 20 minutes. Oh, how the zero people who still listen to that song must have suffered.