Fifth Harmony member Dinah Jane's Facebook account was hacked last March 14. The singer's account bore a header with an ex-team mate's picture. Many fans speculated that a Camila Cabello fan did it. Prior to that, someone had hacked the group's website and left a shocking ISIS message.
On Tuesday, fans noticed the sudden change of Dinah Jane's Facebook account. Instead of the Fifth Harmony singer's own face on her cover photo, it was a picture of ex-member, Camila Cabello. Many fans were quick to notice this and they wasted no time accusing Cabello's fans on Twitter.
According to Unreality TV, some fans thought it was a Cabello fan who hacked Dinah Jane's account. One Fifth Harmony fan, @LMJSaved2016, even wrote, "Camilizers are so desperate they hacked Dinah 2 post Camila's pic..." While there were quite a number of fans who agreed, some were more positive about the incident and said that it was Dinah Jane herself who changed the photo.
They joked that it was just the Fifth Harmony members showing their love to Camila Cabello even after the latter had left the group way back in December. However, Cabello's photo was soon taken down and Dinah Jane herself wrote on her Facebook wall that she was hacked.
Unfortunately, this was not the first time that Fifth Harmony experienced problems with online security. According to the Sun, the group's official website was hacked last Saturday while the members were attending the Kid's Choice Awards in Los Angeles. On the band's homepage was a Kurdish flag with the message, "Kurdish hacker was here... Long live to Kurdistan." It was followed by an expletive message about ISIS and Turkey.
It wasn't the only awkward thing that day for the Fifth Harmony girls, though. They joined the Saturday event and watched as former group mate, Camila Cabello, performed on stage with Machine Gun Kelly. The group, meanwhile, won two awards that night. Cabello admitted just recently that she and her former group mates have not talked since her announcement to leave the band in December.© 2017 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.