bill-swift - June 11, 2012
A few years ago, Kim Kardashian's sex tape with then-boyfriend Ray J was released to the public. That was to her horror and to the general delight of the male species.
However, one group of guys wasn't too pleased with what went down with Ray J and Kim. Unfortunately for the superstar, they belonged to the UGNazi hacking group and exacted vengeance for Kim Kardashianby hacking into his website and Twitter account.
Ray J has already regained access to his account on Twitter, but while it was under siege by UGNazi, messages like the following were posted to his account:
My Skype Handle is rajyexclusive.
Do you want to be in my new music video, Email me at email@example.com, Females only.
Check out my new site Rayj.com #UGNazi
UGNazi are the Gods of the internet.
If you want me to follow you, tweet "#UGNazi #Joshthegod #Cosmo #Lulzsec
He hasn't had much luck with his official website, though, because everyone who tries to access his site gets redirected to their own domain, ugnazi.com. One of the group's members, presumably the one behind the attack, explained why they chose to target the star.
We did it for the lulz and something he did in 2007 to Kim Kardahsian. I just don't like what he did.
-- Cosmo, Lulzsec hacker group
Aside from that, the hacker group that's affiliated with Lulzsec has also leaked the entire contents of rayj.com on the Internet, which translates to over 384 megabytes of Ray J goodness.
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