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Friday, July 1, 2011

Amy Winehouse's Website Hacked with Lil B Prank: Full Mayhemic Text Here

Posted By on Fri, Jul 1, 2011 at 6:00 AM

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As if anything could get worse for Amy Winehouse: Yesterday, her last bastion of unmarred public image -- her website -- got hacked. There weren't any references to her drug and alcohol problems, though. Instead, what you get is a profane prank from apparent fans of Berkeley rapper (and -- duh -- Internet sensation) Lil B.


As of right now, when you go to her website, the normal page begins to load. But before it can, a flashing banner that reads "SWAGGER SECURITY" appears above a grinning picture of Lil B. A long block of text appears while the Lil B song "Bitch, Shake That Ass on My Dick" plays. The semiliterate text denies affiliation with the hacker group Anonymous, gives a Twitter handle, and offers this closing shoutout to Lil B: WE FUCKIN LUV U. IF U MENTION US IN A NEW TRAK BROTHA, WE GIV U OUR BITCHEZ. PROMISE." The hackers call themselves Swagger Security.

For those of you curious types, we have the full text of the Winehouse hack rant on the next page.

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