Ariana Grande and Emma Watson have recently responded to what appears to be the biggest hacking scandal in the entertainment industry that leaked numerous nude photos of female celebrities.

While the investigation of the FBI is still on-going, many stars have voiced out their thoughts on the nude photos leak, with some questioning the authenticity of the racy snaps and others attacking the violation of privacy.

"Problem" hit maker Ariana Grande is one of the female Hollywood celebs whose name got involved in this escandalo, Billboard has learned.

Though Grande's rep already released a statement claiming that the Nickelodeon's starlet's leaked photos are fake, the 21-year-old singer still took to Twitter to address the issue herself.

"To every1 going on about my "nudes" & my "m&g prices" neither are real! my lil ass is a lot cuter than that lmao & tour details r comin soon," Grande tweeted, poking fun on the lack of resemblance between her behind and the one in her alleged leaked nude photos.

She then followed it up with a message to everyone who readily believed that it was her in the photos.

"But for real tho whoever thought those were actually me...... love u but I'm praying for u," she wrote.

Grande isn't the only one who opened up about the nude photos controversy. "Harry Potter" alumna Emma Watson, who is not directly involved in the scandal, still took to Twitter to address the issue, reported MTV.

"Even worse than seeing women's privacy violated on social media is reading the accompanying comments that show such a lack of empathy," she wrote.

It is not surprising that the intelligent and thoughtful 24-year-old actress spoke of the controversy since her pal "X-Men" star Jennifer Lawrence is also one of the victims of the big leak, noted Metro.

Other stars whose names surfaced amid the celebrity nude photos leak on Sunday include: Kate Upton, Jessica Brown Findley, Kelly Brook, Kim Kardashian, Hillary Duff, Cat Deeley, Selena Gomez, Cara Delevingne, Lea Michele, Michelle Keegan and Victoria Justice among others.

On Monday, Apple confirmed to CNN that it is now looking into the iCloud backup services to address the possible violation of privacy.

"We take user privacy very seriously and are actively investigating this report," a spokesperson to the Cupertino-based tech giant said in a statement.

On the other hand, the FBI has also released a statement on the issue.

"The FBI is aware of the allegations concerning computer intrusions and the unlawful release of material involving high profile individuals, and is addressing the matter," FBI spokeswoman Laura Eimiller said. "Any further comment would be inappropriate at this time."