Hey, fam, we're still trying to figure out who hacked us, but we will be re-opening soon!— Populux Detroit (@Populux_Detroit) July 13, 2016
Detroit! We want to thank you for sticking by us during this incident. We'll be throwing a free party for you in coming weeks! Stay tuned!— Populux Detroit (@Populux_Detroit) July 13, 2016
Black lives matter!— Populux Detroit (@Populux_Detroit) July 13, 2016
Detroit, we would like your feedback on our next steps toward fixing our mistakes. What can we do?— Populux Detroit (@Populux_Detroit) July 13, 2016
Good night!— Populux Detroit (@Populux_Detroit) July 14, 2016
@kissmeQuan / We were hacked, but have handled everything post-hack terribly.— Populux Detroit (@Populux_Detroit) July 14, 2016
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