Pop star KE$HA has become the latest celebrity to have a Twitter.com account compromised by hackers.
Odd messages popped up on the Tik Tok hitmaker's page on Monday night (07May12), and the singer was shocked to see her account had been illegally accessed.
In a series of posts, she writes, "Animals (fans)! U (sic) know I love u! None of those tweets were me and I'm sorry if anyones (sic) feelings were hurt! We gonna fix this... Love you!!!
"What the f**k. Please tell me if you know who hacked me! Animals, if you know please tell me or I'm going to have to unfollow everyone. I'm sorry but I keep getting hacked... and if you hack me, don't be mean to people! Were (sic) lovers not fighters!"
Actor Mark Ruffalo fell victim to internet pranksters on Sunday night (06May12), while Australian singer Peter Andre, rocker Nathan Followill and Take That star Gary Barlow have also lost control of their Twitter accounts in recent weeks.
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