John Legend may have been hacked — but he found it pretty funny.
The “All of Me” singer had his Twitter account hacked on Friday night and the culprit sent out a series of vulgar and funny messages, several of them political.
Legend wasn’t too worried about it. He informed his fans that he didn’t write the tweets and then vowed to be funnier.
“My hacker was vulgar and kinda hilarious,” Legend wrote. “I’ll try to be funnier from now on so he won’t feel the need to ghost write for me.”
At least two of the now deleted tweets were directed toward Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
Legend and his wife Chrissy Teigen were vocal supporters of Clinton and continue to voice their discontent with President Trump.
One of the hacked messages read, “I can’t stand to be silent. @realDonaldTrump, you’re a b—h a-n—a, and if I see you, I’m stomping your s-t you f—n cheetoh.”
The next tweet, according toThe Hollywood Reporter, was also a vulgar reference to sexual acts with Clinton.
Another unrelated tweet said, “boy these molly are so good im high af haha.”
Legend clarified that he did call the POTUS “Liar-in-Chief” just moments before the hacker sent out more hateful messages.
“I would never threaten violence to the President. No matter how much I wish he would go away,” the singer wrote. “I wouldn’t call him a Cheeto because I enjoy Cheetos.”