Sunday, 12 March 2017

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Message: The hacker put up an expletive-riddled message, which made reference to ISISIt was already an awkward Saturday for Fifth Harmony, when they attended the Kids' Choice Awards and watched their former Camilla Cabello make her solo debut.

But they also faced trouble on the internet, when their official website was hacked by a person who put up an expletive-riddled message about ISIS.

Underneath an image of the Kurdish flag, the hacker wrote: 'Kurdish hacker was here... Long live to Kurdistan (sic),' followed by: 'F**k ISIS... F**k Turkey.'

Fans quickly noticed the hacking and took to Twitter in droves to point out the issue, which was rapidly dealt with, as the site was returned to normal within hours.

MailOnline has contacted a representative for Fifth Harmony for comment. 




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