Kylie Jenner: 'I don't care about Twitter hack!'
Kylie Jenner really "doesn't care" that her Twitter account has been hacked, with those responsible posting messages such as "I love being famous with no talent".
Kylie Jenner is letting hackers "have fun" with her Twitter account.
The 18-year-old Keeping Up With the Kardashians star used her Snapchat account to comment after her Twitter was hacked on Sunday (05Jun16).
Among the tweets posted were "I love being famous with no talent" and "well my sex tape with tyga was trash" as well as some lewd and racist tweets.
However, Kylie isn't worried about the breach, insisting she "doesn't care" at all.
"Mmm, so my Twitter was hacked," Kylie said in one Snapchat video. "And I don’t really care. I’m just letting them have fun."
While she chose not to address many of the tweets in her response, she did refer to the sex tape message - following rumours that intimate footage of Kylie and her now ex-boyfriend Tyga is being shopped around.
"Everyone’s like ‘leak the sex tape!’ Guys. You’re never gonna see a sex tape from me," Kylie insisted.
The most X-rated tweets involved a mention of Justin Bieber's private parts, while others referenced Taylor Swift and Katy Perry.
Twitter users were quick to point out that one retweet of a message on Kylie's account came from @lolsw4y - the same account linked to the hacking of Katy's Twitter account last week.
The Roar hitmaker's account was taken over on Monday (30May16), when a message going out to her 89 million followers read, "haha follow @sw4ylol #hackersgonnahack."
User @sw4ylol is reportedly based in Romania and only started the account a few days ago, but after the message was sent from Katy's page, the anonymous user sent a tweet on their own account which read, "Who TF (the f**k) is Katy Perry."
However, @sw4ylol clearly knows who the pop star is, after leaking an unreleased track by Katy called Witness 1.3 via a SoundCloud link.
They later shared a screenshot of an email they had received from SoundCloud ordering the track to be taken off the site, after being contacted by the Universal Music Group on behalf of the singer.
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