Publicado: Mier, Abril 11, 2018
Espectáculos | Por Manuelo Venegas

Hackers Mock YouTube By Calling This Just For Fun — YouTube Hacked

Hackers Mock YouTube By Calling This Just For Fun — YouTube Hacked

In its place was a picture of a masked gang holding guns, taken from the Netflix show Casa de Papel. Vevo only hosts music videos from artists signed to Universal Music Group and Sony Music Entertainment (such as Taylor Swift, Drake and Adele), and those videos are syndicated on YouTube.

"We are working to reinstate all videos affected in our catalogue to be restored to full working order".

While we continue to try and gain more clarity on this situation, stay tuned for the latest updates.

The number of celebrity accounts being hacked appears to be on a roll.

Of those, the real video content itself seems, by all accounts, to be unaltered.

Here is a link to the video of "Despacito" song still available on other YouTube channels.

Un histórico entrenador anunció su retiro
Aseguró el entrenador: "Hice todo lo que quería, estoy muy feliz por lo que he conseguido y ahora me divierte haciendo el comentarista".

The wildly popular "Despacito" video was allegedly attacked by hackers and then disappeared off of YouTube, according to The Verge.

In addition the two hackers, reportedly known as Prosox and Kuroi'sh, also wrote the words "Free Palestine" in the description.

We've reached out to Vevo and YouTube, and will update this article with their respective responses.

A YouTube spokesperson told BuzzFeed News to "contact Vevo directly" in response to an email seeking comment.

YouTube has not commented yet and the hackers are still at their game as we speak (or I write and you read.) This is beyond INSANE and I just can not wrap my head around it. The most watched video, Despacito by Daddy Yankee is not to be found anymore on the video platform.

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