Lambesis also apologized to the fans who looked up to him, lamenting that he often wrote lyrics about the person he wanted to be instead of the one that he was. He insisted that his apology note was not part of promoting any new music and that he's not sure what his future looks like right now, explaining that he's chosen to remain quit since his sentencing hearing in order to keep any apology free of other motivations. Now clear of his probation and parole requirements, Lambesis said that he realizes that nothing he says can really change what happened.
These days, rumors have advanced technology to help them travel. On April 23, 2013, a fake tweet from a hacked Associated Press account claimed that explosions at the White House had injured Barack Obama. That lone tweet caused instability on world financial markets, and the Standard and Poor’s 500 Index lost $130 billion in a short period. Fortunately, it quickly recovered. (Eagle-eyed journalists were suspicious of the tweet from the beginning, since it didn’t follow AP style of referring to the president with his title and capitalizing the word breaking. )