Holy shit, new songs!

REMINDER TO BE SUPER CAREFUL ABOUT POSTING/REBLOGGING ANY LEAKED MUSIC - Sony went after people HARD last time and a lot of people had their blogs deleted.

Don’t risk it!

I think some people are not getting the shady part.

A twitter user got the four deluxe songs… doesn’t explain how (“I had set google alerts for leaks”… okay? and??). In the midst of “uploading the songs to my drive” they say “BTW who do you ship? I ship Larry”. Then tweets the links. Then this blog, which was created THREE DAYS before the leaks, meaning: they didn’t have a way of knowing the album would leak, hence, creating a new blog to not get deleted, posts the links first. This same blog makes it clear that they ship Larry too and makes a new post, with tags to announce that there is a new blog that ships Larry with all the tags for the boys, Larry and One Direction. This was on Monday as well. Fourteen posts on Monday, one post on Tuesday, the rest of them today.

You know, regular stuff.

SHARE THE NUDES. We mean, ahem, how terrible.

Following the shocking and errr, really confusing Great Sugarscape Twitter Hack of 2014 (read all the deets right here if you missed it), One Direction have also apparently fallen victim to trolls this week, finding themselves amongst a selection of celebs to have their personal emails accessed by pesky internet hackers.

We’ve always said we’d quite like a cheeky rummage through Liam Payne’s inbox, but this isn’t exactly what we had in mind.

It’s not just 1D left worried by the alleged attack. Huge stars such as Beyonce, Rita Ora, David Bowie and Adele have apparently had their private conversations hacked by online MASTERMIND villains, thought to be the same ones who targeted Sony’s film studios and delayed the release of ‘The Interview’.

Rather than Harry just emailing his best knock knock jokes to Zayn and Louis sending everyone links to Beyonce’s new music vid, it’s actually kind of a big deal as it’s been reported that details of the stars’ contracts and demands are amongst some of the important stolen information.

Sources reckon that any leaked emails could cause “huge embarrassment” for 1D and the rest of the victims, which is pretty awful, but could also totes be code for nudes. WE LIVE IN HOPE. Joking. Sort of.

Media analyst Mike Raia told the Daily Star: ”The potential embarrassment and turmoil would be as devastating as that which has crippled Sony’s movie-making arm and effectively killed the general release of ‘The Interview’.”

"We’re talking about hundreds of millions of dollars in lost revenue. It could end up as a financial disaster so enormous that the company, at least in its present form, might not even survive."

Crikey, this all sounds pretty serious. Let’s just hope we don’t find that this is all because Niall fell for one of those chain emails from a bloke in Ghana telling him that he’d won the lottery or something. Quite likely really.

EESH, what do you make of all of this? Would you like to have a nose in 1D’s inboxes? Get in touch over on Twitter @Sugarscape to let us know.

Another email hack has One Direction star Louis Tomlinson worried. The singer has found himself among a group of celebrities who recently had their private details revealed.

Take this with a grain of salt since it looks like they got info from Lisa McG but lapelosa and I still think it’s noteworthy that they focused on Louis rather than Harry.  

 Could it also reveal sordid details of the guys’ personal lives, including that of Tomlinson? Fans have speculated over the years that Tomlinson is hiding his sexuality, and is wanting out of the band.

pinupprincesshaz asked:

Im actually really confused about the promo post the yahoo sun and radio 1 could you exlain it more to me. Im so sorry. What does it mean. I also saw someone who reblogged it was scared why are they scared about it? Sorry for being stupid :(

Because those are media outlets that are really close to the guys. And the three of them asked, in OT5 interviews (there weren’t that many!) about the iCloud leaks.

The three interviews were held on October 29th, and the leaks happened IN AUGUST 31ST? Like? It’s not a relevant topic anymore, and they got asked the same question three times in three interviews the same day, by media outlets that have worked closely with their team:

  • BBCR1 releases most of their singles and got TWO OT5 interviews this year.
  • The Sun works closely with their PR company, to the point were the amount of covers they got was in HJPR’s website for some time, they also got two OT5 interviews this year.
  • Yahoo got a long ass OT5 interview and helped hide a gif in their site to promote Steal My Girl.

Why are all these close media outlets asking the same irrelevant and random question the same day?