Kylie Jenner Reacts to Vulgar Twitter Hack, Says Fans Will 'Never See' a Sex Tape From Her

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The increasingly infamous Hollywood Hacker has struck again. After targeting Katy Perry last week, the infamous cyber-criminal turned their attention toward Kylie Jenner, and things got really vulgar, really fast.

At around 10:00 p.m. PT, the hacker tweeted, "lol @lolsw4y was here." When Perry's account was hacked, the culprit posted, "haha follow @sw4ylol #hackersgonnahack."

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After signing his crime, the hacker got down to business and ran amuck using the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star's account to stir up trouble in as many ways as possible.

"I want ur c**k @justinbieber," was one post, followed shortly thereafter by "miss you both @taylorswift13 @katyperry."


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The hacker also referenced two controversies from Jenner's past, including a rumored sex tape with ex-boyfriend Tyga and a multi-million dollar offer from a porn company for Jenner to shoot an adult film.


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While the hacker was messing around under her name, Jenner hopped on Snapchat, where she addressed the digital invasion with little concern.

"So my Twitter was hacked, and I don't really care," Jenner said in a Snapchat video. "I'm just letting him have fun."

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The 18-year-old reality star later addressed the topic of her long-rumored sex tape, but shot down the suggestion that she would ever release it.

"Everyone's like, 'Leak the sex tape.' Guys, your never gonna see a sex tape from me. It's not going to happen," Jenner promised, noticeably not denying the existence of said tape.

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After a slew of random tweets, including some containing racial slurs and very NSFW sexual comments, the hacker's spree was ended and all the comments were subsequently deleted. The @lolsw4y account has also been suspended.

For more on the culprit's attack on the "Dark Horse" singer's Twitter last week, check out the video below.

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