Taylor Swift certainly doesn’t appear to be letting the hackers get to her. The ‘Shake it Off’ hit maker, who had her twitter account hacked on Tuesday, doesn't even feel threatened after the culprit said they had nude images of the singer they were willing to release. But perhaps Swift isn’t worried because the images simply don't exist, as in the words of Taylor herself, “you got NOTHING' hackers.

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Swift’s twitter was breached on Tuesday morning, with hackers using the singer’s account to post the message ‘go follow my boy @lizzard’, they then posted a shout out to another user, @veriuser.

But one quick look at the accounts of Taylor’s supposed new friends made it clear that something was up, after all one proclaimed themselves as the 'leader of lizard Squad'.

The singer regained control of her account within about 15 minutes of the breach, deleting all the tweets. However her Instagram account was also compromised for a short period of time, as well. Once she regained control of her account Swift thanked Paramore singer Hayley Williams, for being the first person to inform her of the hack.

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But the drama didn't end there. Once Taylor was back in control, user @lizzard then threatened to release nude photos of Swift in exchange for a Bitcoin payment. The users account has since been suspended.

Swift responded to the drama via her Tumblr, in a post she tagged "#HACKERS GONNA HACK HACK HACK HACK HACK." "My Twitter got hacked but don’t worry, Twitter is deleting the hacker tweets and locking my account until they can figure out how this happened and get me new passwords. Never a dull moment," the singer wrote.

Later following with, "Now Instagram. This is going to be a long day."

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Addressing the nude images threat Taylor later tweeted, “Cause the hackers gonna hack, hack, hack, hack, hack...." Followed by, “PS any hackers saying they have 'nudes'? Psssh you'd love that wouldn't you! Have fun photoshopping cause you got NOTHING.”

According to TMZ, the group said to be behind the hack have also claimed responsibility for hacking Sony Playstation and Xbox Live last year. They've also claimed responsibility for the temporary shutdowns of Facebook and Instagram earlier this week.