A few hours ago, Luis Fonsi's record-breaking video for Despacito apparently was unavailable or appeared to have deleted from Youtube in an apparent hack. But fortunately, for a few minutes now, the previously deleted video is streaming back on the 39-year-old singer's official YouTube channel LuisFonsiVEVO.
Just five days after the announcement that the video ft. Daddy Yankee had become the first YouTube video in history to reach 5 Billion views, it disappeared.
Song Despacito, whose title of the song means "slowly", also became the most-streamed song in the world after reaching 4.6bn plays.
While the video was unavailable, several masked figures aiming guns at the camera, which isn't a "Despacito" video's scene, appeared on the screen.
Check out yourself.
Despacito video was deleted by hackers, masked figures aiming guns at the camera
When fans attempted to press the play button, it said the video is unavailable.
Check it out.
Despacito video is unavailable
The hackers, calling themselves Prosox and Kuroi'sh, wrote "Free Palestine" beneath the videos.