James Charles has posted his own nude pictures on Twitter, after his account was hacked.
The YouTuber’s account was reportedly flooded with racist tweets, following the hack, which have since been taken down.
And the make-up artist has taken matters into his own hands, sharing his own naked photos with his 4million followers, to make sure no one can ever use it against him.
Which is a… bold move?
Alongside the snap, the 20-year-old wrote: ‘Hi I got my account back.
‘Just case I ever get hacked again, here’s the ONLY nude I’ve ever taken!
‘Can’t threaten me with it now. Get a life.’
He proved he was in absolutely no mood to play, hitting back at a follower who replied that ‘literally no one asked for this’.
‘Yeah well I didn’t ask to have my security and privacy threatened either slutdelrey so this is me taking back ownership of the situation, move on with your day,’ he hit back.
Can someone ask James to pick up that mic he just dropped?
He isn’t the only YouTube star to have been targetted by hackers, with Shane Dawson also falling victim online.
James star has had a tough few months, following his publicised feud with fellow vlogger Tati Westbrook.
It all kicked off when he shared a sponsored post for Sugar Bear Hair supplements, a direct competitor of his former pal.
Sharing a now-infamous video, Tati accused her former mentee of ‘manipulating straight men’s sexuality’, and accusing him of spreading lies and backstabbing.
After a drawn-out feud which spread beyond the YouTube universe, the pair agreed to move on from the drama.
Following the clash, James made his way on to the Time 25 list of most influential people on the internet, which isn’t too shabby.
‘[It] started as a niche feud over gummy bear supplement sponsorships and ballooned into a broader discussion about the dark side of influencers and “cancel culture”,’ the accolade read.
‘The consequences were initially swift for Charles, who lost millions of subscribers and followers amid his feud with Westbrook and decided to cancel his planned 24-city speaking tour.
‘But both parties have since apologised and agreed to move on – a development that was well-received by Charles’ still-massive fanbase, which includes more than 15 million subscribers on YouTube.’
He has been joined on the list by a stellar group of names, including Lil Nas X, BTS and Ariana Grande.
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