MARIAH Carey’s Twitter account has tweeted “Eminem has a tiny penis” after being hacked.
The music superstar’s usual festive posts were replaced by a series of disturbing X-rated comments about fellow performers and other people by a hacking collective.
Fans first became concerned about Mariah when her account made posts about her long-time feud with rapper Eminem before it quickly became clear she had been hacked.
As well as the jokes about Eminem’s manhood, the hackers also made a string of racist, n-word slurs.
The pair have had a long-running feud since 2002 when they briefly knew each other and Eminem rapped about her on one of his songs.
He claimed they had dated and she denied it before they engaged in mutual war of words and them both releasing diss tracks aimed at each other.
Her song, Obsessed, even featured an Eminem lookalike in the video, though she had denied that it was intentional.
Mariah’s ex-husband Nick Cannon was dragged into the row at one stage and took to his now deleted blog to slam the rapper for his comments.
And now the Twitter hacking threatens to revive the row.
One worried fan said: “Someone for the love of all that is Christmas — change Mariah Carey’s Twitter password.”
A second said: “Can some save @MariahCarey ?? #mess #gurl #better password.”
Another added: “Mariah Carey got hacked that means Christmas is officially over.”
The unfortunate hacking comes as Mariah will be no doubt celebrating her new career high.
She has become the first artist to celebrate a number one single in four decades, thanks to her hit song All I Want For Christmas.
As Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart confirmed the news Mariah celebrated the historic achievement in the only way a true diva could – by drinking champagne on a private jet with pals.
The chart firm tweeted: “@MariahCarey’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You” is officially No. 1 on the #Hot100 for a third week.
“As this is the first chart of the 2020s, she becomes the first artist in history to rule the chart in four separate decades: 1990s, 2000s, 2010s & 2020s.”
In response, Mariah tweeted: “Yaaaaaaaaay!!! WE. DID. IT. But…. what’s a decade?”
The song was first released in 1994 and has gone on to be number one in all four decades since, however it only hit number one in the UK for the first time in 2019.