Last week, the singer/actress Rita Ora took to Twitter to announce that she would release new music from her forthcoming US debut album if a message she posted on the website received 100,000 retweets.
An easy task when one considers the star’s 4 million followers, right? Wrong.
For, after said message only scored 2,000 retweets, it soon emerged that Ora hadn’t been behind the original message at all, hacked by a someone who seems to have hoped to leak hew new material…with her own account.
Today, the entertainment website ‘BuzzFeed‘ have revealed just why the hacker had been an unsuccessful in his or her leaking endeavours.