This year's growing list of hacked celebrity Twitter accounts added its latest victim late Sunday night: Kylie Jenner. Though the rest of the world was busy trying to crowd the streets outside Webster Hall in New York City for Kanye West's eventually canceled pop-up show, at least one person was preoccupied with lacing Kylie's hacked account with racist, homophobic, and downright perplexing messages:
The hack quickly rippled its way across social media, ultimately inspiring King Kylie herself to hit Snapchat and let fans know what the hell was going on:
"So my Twitter was hacked and I don't really care," Kylie told her devoted Snapchat followers. "I'm just letting 'em have fun." All supposed fun aside, Kylie then decided to offer one tiny clarification regarding one of the hacker's claims:
"Everyone is like, 'Leak the sex tape,'" Kylie explained in a follow-up Snap, referring to the hack's mentions of an alleged tape with her ex Tyga. "Guys, you're never going to see a sex tape from me. It's not going to happen." As of Monday morning, all hacked tweets had been removed from Kylie's account. Digital Spy claims that the username mentioned in the hacked tweets is "seemingly" the same person who recently hacked Katy Perry's Twitter with similarly offensive remarks.
Just one day earlier, a separate Twitter hack briefly had the internet believing that Jack Black, one half of storied comedy rock duo Tenacious D, had died:
What the hell is going on with Twitter?