Solar Gets Email, Twitter Hacked; Private Documents Surrounding Guru's Death Leak Online

Solar Gets Email, Twitter Hacked; Private Documents Surrounding Guru's Death Leak Online
Less than a month after the death of Gangstarr rapper Guru and the ensuing oddness, the net is abuzz once more about the whole affair, this time because Guru's producer/spokesman, Solar, has had his email and his Twitter hacked.

As Allhiphop.com reports, the hacker has been manning Solar's Twitter since May 7, posting all sorts of notes condemning the producer for allegedly keeping Guru's family and friends from seeing him in his final days.

"Solar wants fame, well, we sure did give it to him," one of the posts reads.

The anonymous hacker, who has confirmed she is female, claims she is doing all this for the sake of Guru, and is refusing to unveil any emails that might hurt Guru's family.

"Remember that I am doing this for Guru. We all deserve the truth," the hacker tweated. "I've posted these e-mails for you, now let me know what you think of them. Should I post more? Should I stop? Am I smooth? Elaborate! I've got around 800 mails lol, so it will take a while..."

She is, however, leaking all information and emails that might hurt Solar, including emails that show Solar making money off of Guru's hospitalization by allowing interviews, etc., and nude pictures of women addressed to Solar, despite him being married.

Perhaps most interesting, though, is this post: "Solar did control Guru's Mail, Facebook, Twitter and Myspace. And Guru wanted to leave 7 Grand and Solar."

Of course, we realize a hacker may not be the most reliable source, but so far, she's proven better than Solar himself, so we're game to keep reading.