Lady Gaga has taken aim at Internet pranksters who hacked into her Twitter account, insisting they "must answer" to her millions of followers.
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The singer, who boasts nearly 10 million fans on the site, took to the social networking portal on Thursday to address reports her page had been illegally accessed.
Gaga warned the hackers to give up or face the wrath of her fans and the "Twitter police." She wrote, "Whoever is hacking my Twitter must answer to 10 million monsters and Twitter police. Dont make me call the Apostles."
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