The mystery cyber thief broke into the hitmaker's Twitter page on Aug. 21st and bombarded the star's 2.3 million followers with more than a dozen messages.

He ordered fans to download his mixtape and insisted he would only stop the hack attack once he had reached a download limit and was given $10,000.

Reps at Bow Wow's record label Universal Republic contacted the hacker directly via Twitter's message system to try to stop the attack, but the mystery man vowed to continue.

In his tweets, he wrote, "I got Bow Twitter on smash follow me... I'm the haaacker... this n**ga got b**ches in his DMs. Bow u... want [our page] back I want $10k... All I want from Bow Wow is 10k and a follow and ill stop this."

He also added, "Man I'm getting dms from Universal. Look I'm sorry Bow Wow man [Im a] fan I know you can read your timeline I just want to be heard can you help... People are either hating on me or just taking me for a joke. I want 10k and a follow Bow Wow please. This is my dream. I'll be back in the am."