The Lizard Squad group, who brought down PSN the other month and the Malaysia Airlines website just last week, are back again. This time it's Taylor Swift, the radicallypositive writer of pop earworms. What could her password have been? Something tells me shakeshakeshake would have been too obvious...
Update: Swift is back in control of her social media after this little snafu, claiming that any potentially compromising photos following this hack are fake (fake fake):
Meanwhile, alleged screencaps of her DMs have showed up, conversing in a totally normal way with Nick Jonas, PewDiePie and musician BØRNS. The stars, they DM pointless crap JUST LIKE US.
When you're tweeted about by Taylor Swift, you know you've made it. Either that, or you've somehow incurred her wrath and she's going to write a passive aggressive song about you.
Officer Jeff Davis in Delaware was recently "caught" on camera singing along to Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off," while riding around in his car. The video has gone viral with over 14 million views since it was posted on January 16.
"While reviewing in-car cameras, we tend to see some 'interesting' things," the Dover Police Department writes in the video above. "We decided to share some of them with you in a new series we call 'Dashcam Confessionals.'"
He gets really into the song with some great hand gestures and facial expressions, but, unfortunately, the whole thing was staged, according to a spokesman for the police department.
Here's Swift's take on it below, to which the police department replied "Thanks for the mention Taylor Swift! Duet sometime?"
A guy named Darryl from Ohio discovered that his girlfriend was cheating on him in a rather strange way.
He found a bowl of Honey Nut Cheerios in the sink, but they couldn't have been hers because she doesn't eat gluten. GASP! He also says he broke into her Facebook account afterwards confirming his suspicions.
So he decided to break up with her in an equally strange manner, requesting a video from musician Mac Lethal.