R&B veteran Jill Scott has stepped up to speak out on some nude photos landing online this week and clarified their validity.

Despite the widespread leak of photos, Scott only took responsibility for one image.

Jill Scott calls out snakes in her must-read rant…

The singer’s photos turned into a hot topic after a leak last night (September 3).

Jill Scott took to Twitter Wednesday night to address a flurry of nude photo scandal reports. The soul singer became a trending topic on Twitter after supposed naked selfies started making the rounds in the wake of this week’s Hollywood hack. It’s unclear whether Scott was part of the larger leak, but she did confirm that one of the shots circulating online is of her. (CBS News)

Wu-Tang Clan leader RZA recently said the celebs were largely responsible for the private photos becoming public.

RZA takes a very practical approach to the celebrity nude photo scandal … hackers can’t steal what does not exist. Our photog spotted the Wu-Tang legend at LAX Monday … when we asked him about the scandal that has affected dozens of celebs like Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, and Ariana Grande. “To me, the Internet is public domain. So if you put it up there, somebody’s gonna see it. Listen, I got a lot of common sense, so if you put it out there, I suspect somebody’s looking at it.” (TMZ)

Following multiple celebrities’ leaked photos, the Federal Bureau of Investigation became involved.

The FBI and Apple said Monday they are beginning inquiries into allegations that online accounts of celebrities including Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence and model Kate Upton were hacked, after naked photos of the stars were posted online. The FBI said in a statement it is “aware” of the hacking allegations and is “addressing the matter.” (Fox News)