First, deadmau5's fuckmylife SoundCloud page was hacked by a "security group" called Our Mine. The group uploaded a spoof of Ariana Grande's "One Last Time" with the following lyrics...

"I know you thought you had security, but it was just too easy // and I know that you lost everything, but hacking is the way we rule this."

They then flooded it with Selena Gomez tracks and threatened to release personal information like credit card numbers and nude photos (what?!) and reportedly even shipped dildos to an old address. The motivation? The group claims their hackings are only order to point out weaknesses in security.

deadmau5 posted several tweets expressing frustration towards the streaming platform as his fuckmylife SoundCloud page and security were investigated. After his account was frozen, he went on to remove his profile after which a producer by the name of 2Pr0TV claimed it.

Within an hour of this happening, however, deadmau5's fuckmylife SoundCloud page was back up with every track as if nothing had happened.

But as of this afternoon, if you try to visit the page, you'll receive an "Oh no! We can't find this user" error. No statements or details have been released as to why the fuckmylife SoundCloud page has once again been removed and whether this is permanent or temporary, but we will continue to keep you updated. If he did remove it himself, it wouldn't be the first time (or second time).

In the meantime, here's an interesting clip of a rap remix of deadmau5's new single "Snowcone."

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