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Jay Z Attacked by Beyonce's Sister Solange In Elevator Video Scam

A video of Beyonce's sister, Solange, attacking Jay Z was posted on TMZ's website a few hours. Now, cybercriminals know that a video like this would go viral, so they have created fake and malicious websites, which they will use to lure their victims to, by promising to show them the video of Solange attacking Jay-Z.
Jay Z Attacked by Beyonce's Sister Solange In Elevator Video Scam
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Jay Z Attacked by Beyonce's Sister Solange In Elevator Video Scam


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Jay Z Attacked by Beyonce's Sister Solange In Elevator Video Scam

A video of Beyonce's sister, Solange, attacking Jay Z was posted on TMZ's website a few hours. Now, cybercriminals know that a video like this would go viral, so they have created fake and malicious websites, which they will use to lure their victims to, by promising to show them the video of Solange attacking Jay-Z.

Please continue reading below.

If you haven't seen the video of Solange attacking Jay Z, you may watch it below.

Jay Z Attacked by Beyonce's Sister Solange Video

If you are taken to a website and asked to download software, complete surveys, or submit your personal information in order to view the video, please leave the website.

If you want to view the video, the best place to go is TMZ's website or Youtube.com.

If you cannot view the video above, you may click on one of the links below to view the video on Youtube.com or TMZ.com:

Your computer doesn't need any additional software in order to view videos on the internet, so do not download software from any website that asks you to do so in order to view a video. This is how cybercriminals trick alot of persons into getting their computers infected with viruses and other malware.

Also, you do not need to complete surveys or submit your personal information view videos online. If you are asked to do so on a website that you are not familiar with, more than likely, someone is is attempting to steal your information or trick you into making money for them.

Remember to leave your comment and read the ones made by others below. And, please report malicious, phishing or scam email messages, social media posts and websites to us. You may click here to contact us, or forward the email messages to: info@onlinethreatalerts.com .

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