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Hacker Speaks On Solar, Motivation and Emails To Come

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(AllHipHop News) The backlash against producer Solar continues, as the unidentified individual who hacked his Twitter account is conducting full interviews. In a new interview with Vibe, a “female” hacker named only as “Renaldo,” claimed she was exposing Solar in order to defend rapper Guru, who died from cancer on April 19th. The hacker has released a number of shocking documents, including emails that imply that Solar was the author of a controversial “deathbed” letter written by Guru that slighted DJ Premier/Documents also hit the net from Solar’s inbox that revealed he may have been attempting to wrestle royalties away from Guru as he lay in a coma in the hospital. “I’m angry because [of the] things popped off on the Internet about Solar,” Renaldo said. “There were rumors going on about Solar selling Guru’s house while Guru was in the hospital. So when people came forward like Solar’s baby mother, I was like, ‘Let’s expose this guy.’ So that’s why I did it.”And while the hacker stated that she had already released the most damning evidence against Solar, there could be more explosive details on the way that have yet to be revealed “if Solar keeps lying.” “I’ve got a sh**load of pics of him cheating. I don’t think I leaked this completely…. When Guru was in the hospital fighting for his life, Solar sent an email from Guru’s email account to EMI and said, ‘I want to transfer 1K from my bank account to another bank account.’ And that bank account is Solar’s bank account. I’ve got several bank records indicating that he was stealing from Guru. And some documents indicating that all the royalties from EMI went to 7 Grand [his record label].”According to the hacker, it was easy to access Solar’s other accounts, because he had emailed his own user names and passwords to himself. At press time, Solar has yet to respond to interview an interview request by AllHipHop.com. To read the full interview go to vibe.com.

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