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You would think celebrities would be careful and not take compromising pictures of themselves on their phones, but it seems like we're hearing these stories more and more about hackers leaking nude photos of women who swear after the fact that they are "good girls."
Singer Teyana Taylor became the latest victim of such an incident when a topless photo she took of herself leaked to the internet. You can peep it HERE.
She wrote an open letter to her fans expressing how much it hurt to have the pics leak and to have some people believe she leaked it herself.
Read the full letter below.
Look I'm human, & just like every girl in this world, I admire my body so i take pics just like EVERY other human being. However my phone that was stolen Witch my phone was also connected to my twitter. So i guess the hacker felt the need to have a field day and leaked personal photos, and also tweet mean & hurtful things about me. I ain't gone front It really hurt my feelings that someone would be so evil and mean. I would never leak photos like that of my self. I have so many blessings and opportunities ahead of me & I have way more class & respect for my self as a young woman. So there's no need to seek attention. But I sincerely apologize to all my supporters and followers who had to witness the devil at work, and at what he does best. Carma is a $&@# but I'll let God handle that. that's it that's all.