Christian rock fans were confused and/or entertained by some out-of-place posts made from their favorite bands' Facebook pages this weekend–posts that brought big headaches to the artists and their management.
Throughout the day on Saturday, April 22, the Facebook pages of various bands including Thousand Foot Krutch, Manafest, The City Harmonic, Spoken and Art of Dying were hijacked, pointing to a number of random pop culture articles via several clickbait-type websites that were associated with one another.
Headlines such as "Fitness Blogger Reveals What Happens When You Don't Shave Legs and Pits For 1 Year…" and "What Were They Thinking? The Worst Bathroom Fails Ever" hit news feeds for several hours. Some posts featured things like celebrity gossip and making healthy meals resemble the faces of cartoon characters, while others were of a more controversial, inappropriate and at times profane nature.
Fans mostly informed the bands that[…] Source: Christian Music