AOMG’s YouTube channel deleted after it was hacked

AOMG’s YouTube channel deleted after it was hacked

AOMG’s official YouTube account has been deleted after being compromised by hackers.

READ MORE: Tomorrow X Together – ‘minisode 2: Thursday’s Child’ review: even the worst heartbreak can’t put out their creative spark

On the morning of May 10, several fans noticed that the name of label’s official YouTube channel had been changed to “Tesla US” and several videos had been replaced with ones featuring Elon Musk discussing cryptocurrency.

aomg’s official youtube channel got hacked this morning; videos slowly getting restoredhttps://t.co/jc3icBBsZDhttps://t.co/HNLkEUDQD0 pic.twitter.com/KmadTzKBRe

— tea time (@dropthekhhtea) May 10, 2022

AOMG later confirmed in a statement that the label’s YouTube channel had indeed been compromised. The statement also added that the company was able to “restore the channel as it was before the attack.”

However, AOMG also noted that the channel was subsequently deleted “for the contents presented by the hacker [which] violated YouTube’s harmful or dangerous content policies”.

“We are doing our best to bring the original AOMGOFFICIAL channel and its contents back,” the label added. “We apologize for your inconvenience and we promise to repair the channel as soon as possible.”

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— aomgofficial (@AOMGOFFICIAL) May 11, 2022

AOMG is a South Korean hip-hop and R&B label founded by rapper Jay Park in 2013. The label’s roster of artists includes the likes of Lee Hi, Simon Dominic, Gray, Loco, Hoody, Code Kunst and GOT7’s Yugyeom, among many others.

In other news, Tomorrow X Together have returned with a video for ‘Good Boy Gone Bad’, the title track of their new mini-album ‘minisode 2: Thursday’s Child’. Their new mini-album also includes the songs ‘Opening Sequence’, ‘Trust Fund Baby’, ‘Lonely Boy’ and ‘Thursday’s Child Has Far To Go’.

‘minisode 2: Thursday’s Child’ arrives nine months after the release of ‘The Chaos Chapter: Fight Or Escape’. That record is a repackaged version of TXT’s sophomore studio album ’The Chaos Chapter: Freeze’, which was originally released in May 2021.

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AOMG’s official YouTube account has been deleted after being compromised by hackers. READ MORE: Tomorrow X Together – ‘minisode 2: Thursday’s Child’ review: even the worst heartbreak can’t put out their creative spark On the morning of May 10, several fans noticed that the name of label’s official YouTube channel had been changed to “Tesla…

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