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Despacito: The Most Viewed Youtube Video Ever Was Defaced By Hackers

Lots of high profile YouTube music videos posted by Vevo have been hacked.






So what happens when your music video gets a mind-boggling 5 billion views on YouTube? Well, you get hacked, apparently. The video for Luis Fonsi’s mega-hit Despacito got ‘deleted’ from YouTube, thanks to hackers.

Around 5 days ago, Despacito, which featured Daddy Yankee, became the first video in YouTube history to reach 5 billion views. Soon after, however, the video disappeared from YouTube – along with those of other artists which include Drake, Taylor Swift, and Selena Gomez.

Hackers calling themselves Prosox and Kuroi’sh were reportedly responsible for the video’s disappearance.

The video’s cover image was changed to show a picture of a group wearing masks and with guns pointed at the viewer.

They also wrote “Free Palestine” beneath the clips. The video became temporarily unavailable for viewers who attempted to press play.

According to BBC, a Twitter account that belong to one of the hackers posted this:

“It’s just for fun, I just use [the script] ‘youtube-change-title-video’ and I write ‘hacked’.

“Don’t judge me I love YouTube.”

The music videos affected by the hacking were uploaded to the artists’ respective Vevo accounts.

It’s still unclear whether the hackers were able to gain access to the artists’ individual accounts or if there was a wider exploitation that happened within Vevo generally.

Despacito was released in January 2017 and broke records in music streaming.

The Spanish-language hit stayed at No. 1 in the U.S. for 16 consecutive weeks.

It was also the most streamed-song in the world after garnering 4.6 billion plays.

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The song received Latin Grammy Awards for Record of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Urban Fusion/Performance, and Best Short Form Music Video at the 18th Annual Latin Grammy Awards. It was ranked the fifth best Latin song of all time by Billboard and was included in the top ten songs of the year by Time, Billboard and Rolling Stone.

The song became even more popular when a remix was done featuring Justin Bieber.

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New Details For ‘John Wick 3’ Leaked Online Ahead of Filming Next Month

The Baba Yaga is back!




You surely miss Keanu Reeves’ dog-loving former hitman John Wick, the guy who single-handedly kills a group of mobsters. Well, he is back for “John Wick 3.” And although filming has yet to begin, details about it have already surfaced.

Shooting for the third installment is due next month, though no exact date has been announced. Interestingly, there are rumors suggesting that the cast and crew of the upcoming film could be off to Japan.

Everyone's favorite dog-loving ex-assassin is back for 'John Wick 3.'

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Ben Affleck Gets Mocked For Massive, Ugly Back Tattoo

Ben Affleck is short for Benjamin Awfulback.




Before Ben Affleck became the Batman, he was known for portraying a number of characters. One of these saw him wearing a back tattoo which he said was not real and meant for a movie. Apparently, he lied.

The myth about Affleck’s tattoo started a few years ago, around the same time he broke up with his former wife Jennifer Garner. During that time, Affleck told everyone that the tattoo was merely for a new film and that it was in no way real.

But judging from this picture, the myth is pretty much true after all.

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24 Celebrities Who Are Also Impressive Artists

These celebrities could double as full-time painters!

Mark Andrew



Aside from acting in front of the camera or performing for massive audiences, some popular personalities spend their spare time in front on the canvas, using brushes and paints to express themselves.

It's really quite surprising to consider, especially if you see the quality of their work. In fact, we think some of these actors and musicians can actually double as full-time painters.

This compilation shows us the visually-creative side of our favorite celebrities so pay close attention. You'll be blown away to know that funny man Jim Carrey (The Mask, Ace Ventura, Dumb and Dumber), action star Sylvester Stallone (Rambo, Rocky), Asian actress Lucy Liu (Charlie's Angels, Kill Bill), crooner Tony Bennett (Fly Me to the Moon), and singer-songwriter Bob Dylan (The Times They Are A-Changin', Knockin' on Heaven's Door) among others, all have something in common - they're great artists in their own rights.

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