beiberhacked.jpgHackers got a hold of Justin Bieber's YouTube page yesterday, and they redirected the singer's fans to numerous porn sites, while also going after iTunes and Wikipedia.

Oh, and the best part? Hackers also made a pop-up that falsely claimed the 16-year-old pop phenom had died in a car crash, so as you can imagine, there were plenty of distraught teenyboppers over the weekend.

The NY Post suspects that pranksters from the 4chan bulletin board were responsible for the hack, and other reports claim they exploited a security lapse and put malicious code in Bieber's video comments section.