KOREATOWN (CBSLA.com) — An L.A.-based Jewish rapper who goes by “Kosha Dillz” says his website was hacked by supporters of the terror group Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.
Dillz said he’s been trying to make a name for himself as “the best jewish Rapper in Koreatown” with a unique style of Hebrew hip hop.
But that attracted some unwanted attention two weeks ago when he became the victim of what he considers to be cyber-terrorism.
His website allegedly was hacked by ISIS sympathizers who posted anti-American pictures and messages that seemed to come from Islamic State militants.
He’s not sure why he was specifically targeted, but mentioned he is openly pro-Israel and, somewhat, political.
Dillz recently released a song that included music recorded by a soldier during the Israeli-Hamas conflict this summer.
“The sample was from an Israeli soldier named Dror Gomel, and my buddy Diwon flipped the beat of…
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