Amy Winehouse 'Lil B' Website Hack: SwagSec Hacks Winehouse Site
Amy Winehouse's Official Website Was Hacked With a Photo of Lil B
Fans visiting Amy Winehouse's website on June 30, 2011 got a bit of a surprise. The singer's website was hacked with an image of rapper Lil B.
The Amy Winehouse website hack is reportedly the doing of a group of hackers known as SwagSec.
When someone visits Amy Winehouse's official site, they are greeted with a photo of Lil B and a Lil B song ""B---- Shake That A-- On My D---" plays in the background.
The hack does not appear to be random. SwagSec said via Twitter:
"WE STARTIN WID AMYWINE HOUSE. RACIST CRACKHEAD DEVIL BITCH"
The reference to Winehouse's racism likely stems from an incident where a UK tabloid caught her singing a racist song.
It's safe to say that Lil B and nothing to do with the attack, although SwagSec did profess their love for the rapper.
Lil B is best known for being the subject of death threats after released the album I'm Gay. While Lil B is heterosexual, he has voiced his support for the gay community.
Here is the Amy Winehouse Lil B Hack photo