It's every celebrity's worst nightmare and this time they targeted Taylor Swift.
The 'Blank Space' singer - who is currently vacationing in Hawaii - had her Twitter and Instagram accounts taken over by a mystery user yesterday, with postings on her microblogging page asking fans to follow two users, @lizzard and @veriuser,both of whom claim to be linked to hacking group the Lizard Squad.
The two accounts were suspended and the tweets deleted, but one posted a link to a Bitcoin account alongside a message which read: "Will post taylor swift's nudes when this btc wallet hits 3btc."
However, the 25-year-old pop princess seemed nonplussed by the hack and later took to Twitter to say:
As well as the light-hearted Tweets, the singer also shared an explanation on her Tumblr account.
The hackers also posted what they claimed was private messages between Taylor and friends including Nick Jonas, singer/songwriter Garrett Borns, aka BØRNS - who she exchanged puns about whales with - and YouTube star Felix Kjellberg.
It hasn't been confirmed if the exchanges were real.
According to E! News, undesirable pictures such as a man on a toilet was posted on Taylor’s Instagram account.
“The haters gonna hack hack hack hack” has a good ring to it, don’t you think?