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Director Leps called Spotify an enemy platform after the singer’s account was hacked

The director of singer Grigory Leps commented on the hacking of the artist’s account on Spotify. He told Podem that the artist was not interested.

“I have no idea what you’re talking about. And Spotify is not at all interesting to us, it’s an enemy platform, we’re on our own. Therefore, it’s not interesting at all,” he emphasized.

Hackers also gained access to Oleg Gazmanov’s Spotify account. In this regard, the performer’s press secretary said that the team is currently looking into what happened.

Information appeared in the media that a photograph of rapper Clonnex from Lvov with a pro-Ukrainian inscription was posted on the Spotify accounts of Leps and Gazmanov.

Earlier, a hacker from Rostov-on-Don, Igor Bayandin, was sentenced to two years in prison in a penal colony for attacking the websites of the President and the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation. The hacker filed an appeal, but the Rostov Regional Court rejected it on September 7 and approved the verdict. Bayandin, in addition to imprisonment, was given a fine of 500 thousand rubles.

Source: Rambler

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