Jessie J's website hacked
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Jessie J has apologized to fans after Internet pranksters hacked into her official website and posted a crude message about Lady Gaga.
The British singer was left fuming when her website was illegally accessed on Saturday, with pranksters posting a rude note about her record label and the pop superstar in the news section. The message, which has since been removed, read: "The whole Universal Republic (Universal Music) can suck Lady Gaga's d**k."
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Jessie J has now issued an official apology to fans who were offended by the post.
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In a message on her Twitter page, she writes, "Somebody has hacked my website...! How original! *Naaaat* (not) we are having it sorted ASAP and my apologies for the rude message the hackers have left!"
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