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Amy Winehouse’s official website was hacked at the end of the month of June by what seems to be a hoard of Lil B fans. The rapper had just recently released his highly awaited album titled I’m Gay (I’m Happy), promptly after Winehouse’s site was tweaked by the hackers. The site was warped into order to display an image of the rapper coupled with flashing text in all-caps projecting messages such as “Winehouse = No Swag.”
The hackers work under the name of “Swagsec” which interlaces the rappers favorite word Swagger and the suffix of “security” enjoyed by hacking group LulzSec (Rolling Stone). Swagsec even have a twitter account on which they express they are “a team of homosexual negroes” from Harlem, New York. After the incident, Winehouse’s page redirected visitor’s to her Facebook page.
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