Jill Scott feels your pain, Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton.
The singer admitted on Twitter last night that at least one of the lewd photos making its way around the Internet is legitimately of her, writing to followers:
"I def took the 1st pic w/ a robe; weight loss chronicle, but the 2nd, sorry freaks, is not me. I wish I had that space between my thighs.”
A pair of naked Jill Scott selfies surfaced on Wednesday, causing the artist to become a Trending Topic on Twitter.
Her name was actually not on the master list of hacked stars - courtesy of some loser on 4chan who will hopefully soon be apprehended by the FBI - but it's safe to assume Scott is a victim of the same stolen photo scandal.
Added the Grammy winner:
"Watching me watching me watchin’ watchin’ watchin’ me.’ SOME things I’m smart enough not to do. Smfh."
Jessica Brown Findlay, McKayla Maroney, Victoria Justice, Kirsten Dunst, Upton and Lawrence have all confirmed they were among the stars victimized in this massive security breach.
They have all threatened legal action against anyone who published the X-rated images.
Ariana Grande and Kaley Cuoco also appear to have been hacked, with Cuoco responded to her allegedly naked photo by posting another naked photo of herself. She's the best.
The FBI and Apple continue to investigate how access to the celebrities' personal accounts was compromised.