Sun Ho's website hacked, perpetrator threatens to expose "hidden agenda"

Sun Ho's website hacked, perpetrator threatens to expose "hidden agenda"
City Harvest Church co-founder and pop singer Sun Ho's official website was hacked on Monday morning by a perpetrator signed off as "The Messiah".

City Harvest Church founder Kong Hee said that while he and Ms Ho have been the subject of criticism over the years, "this episode is particularly malicious". The matter has been reported to the police, he said, adding that he hopes the authorities "will act to protect the integrity of the administration of justice, and take all necessary steps to find and stop the person or persons responsible for these malicious acts".


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Sun Ho's personal website has been vandalised by a hacker who signed off as 'The Messiah'. 

In place of the singer's photos and blog posts, the site now displays a long message directed at the singer, the wife of City Harvest Church founder Kong Hee.

The message claims to expose her 'hidden agenda' and includes several pictures of her, including one taken while she was a child.

The hacker closes with the statement "You do not want to displease me any further, especially since I could be the second coming."

Kong Hee and five others are accused of misusing more than $50 million of church funds - $24 million to fund Ho's singing career and another $26.6 million to cover the tracks of the first amount.

STOMP had been alerted to the changes made to Ho's site by STOMPer John Jones, who sent screenshots along with the message, "Sun Ho hacked."


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