Apparently upset with a recent Frontline documentary on WikiLeaks, the hacker group LulzSec hacked into PBS’ website and posted a fake story that Tupac was alive and well and living alongside Biggie Smalls in a small, unnamed New Zealand town. Despite the ridiculousness of the story and several grammatical errors, the post went viral before PBS could take it down.
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Oops! The L.A. Times is retracting the erroneous Tupac story from its website because it “relied heavily on information that The Times no longer believes to be credible.” Um… shouldn’t they have done that back on March 17?
Oops! Remember when UCLA said that employees’ snooping into Britney Spears’ and Farah Fawcett’s medical records was an anomaly? Not so much. So far, the snoop is said to have checked out the records of 32 celebrities. Maybe it’s just us, but we don’t want to know that much about stars’ urinary tract infections.
Oops! United Talent Agency lost “a trio of partners representing some of the best-known comedy actors and filmmakers in Hollywood” to Endeavor over the weekend. It’s gonna be an awkward at the Grill today.