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Sun Ho's website hacked by 'The Messiah'

Nurdianah Md Nur | Sept. 2, 2013
Hacker threatened to expose Ho's "hidden agenda"

Sun Ho website hacked
Sun Ho's website hacked.

UPDATE (as of 4 September 2013, 3pm): The Messiah has resurfaced with a Q&A site.

Amidst the ongoing City Harvest Church trial in Singapore, the website of the church's co-founder and pop singer Sun Ho was hacked this morning (2 September 2013).

The hacker, who signed off as 'The Messiah', left a long message directed at the pop singer about her "hidden agenda". The message ended off with a warning: "You do not want to displease me any further, especially since I could be the second coming."

The hacked website also made reference to the ongoing trial in which six of the church leaders were accused of misusing more than S$50 million (US$39.3 million) in church funds. The money was said to be channeled into sham bonds to boost Ho's music career.

The website has been taken down since 11.30am today. 

 

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