A cybercriminal hacked Fifth Harmony's website on Saturday with a shocking message about ISIS.
“Kurdish hacker was here ... Long live to Kurdistan (sic),” the hacker wrote, followed by hashtags that included “F**k ISIS” and “F**k Turkey.”
Fans of the girl group quickly spotted the changes and tweeted about them, prompting site administrators to fix the problem within hours.
The hacking wasn’t Fifth Harmony’s only awkward moment on Saturday, however. The girls also attended the 2017 Kids’ Choice Awards, where they had to sit through a performance by their former band mate, Camila Cabello, who made her solo debut on stage with her hit single “Bad Things.”
The bright side: Fifth Harmony snagged two awards, Favorite Music Group and Favorite Song.