'Anonymous' Hackers Says They Will Release 'The Interview,' Threaten Iggy Azalea, MTV

By Dustin Rowles | Trade News | December 21, 2014 | Comments ()

By Dustin Rowles | Trade News | December 21, 2014 |


The hacker group Anonymous has been busy this week. In a series of tweets, the group has both threatened Iggy Azalea and claimed that they would release The Interview after Sony pulled its Christmas Day release following the Guardians of Peace’s threats to movie theaters.

On the Iggy Azalea front, Anonymous is threatening to release snapshots of her rumored sex tape, among other things, for Azalea’s role in “misappropriating” black culture, insulting peaceful protesters, and making light of Eric Garner’s death. (But they will not release the sex tape itself because “they have values”).

Apparently, Anonymous has a lot of smut on Azalea, or so they claim.

However, after MTV reported on the Iggy Azalea threat, Anonymous turned their sights on MTV for allegedly distorting their message.



MTV apparently responded by changing the name of the article. No dice.

Well, this is just plain terrifying, folks.

Meanwhile, Anonymous is also claiming that they will release Sony’s The Interview in protest of Sony buckling to the demands of North Korea.



In related news, the back-to-landers of the 60s and 70s may have had the right idea, after all, only they were 40 years too early.

(via Uproxx)



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