Lady GaGa's Facebook & Twitter Accounts Hacked
The Judas singer's pages were targeted by a phishing scam....
Lady GaGa's official Facebook and Twitter pages have been hit by a scam, with the hackers using her accounts to advertise a supposed free iPad giveaway.
Earlier this week, a message was posted on the Marry The Night singer's page on Facebook - which is liked by over 45million - offering her Little Monsters a 'special Lady GaGa edition iPad.'
The post read: "Lady GaGa's new iPad comes out in three days! So for the next 72 hours we will be hosting a massive giveaway to all the Mother Monster fans. Sign up and receive your special Lady GaGa edition iPad in time for the Holidays!"
GaGa fans were then directed to a page asking them to register for the giveaway link, which only took their personal details instead.
The same thing happened to Lady G's Twitter account, with a message telling her 17million-plus followers: "Monsters, I'm giving away FREE ipad2's to each one of you in the spirit of the holidays :)"
After finding out about the hack, the messages were taken down by page administrators, leaving GaGa to tweet: "Phew. The hacking is over!"
In other Lady G news, the 25-year old has revealed to our US Team that she will be spending the festive season in Japan, adding; "So I'll be eating with all my Japanese 'little monsters'. I like shabu-shabu (a Japanese hot pot dish)."