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The famed Harry Potter author exercised her rap skills in a hilarious comeback to a Twitter troll...
You don't want to get on the wrong side of J.K Rowling on Twitter because she WILL embarrass you for everyone to see. FACT.
The best-selling novelist showed of her rap knowledge when she quoted lyrics from one-hit wonder Chamillionaire's 2007 hit 'Ridin' Dirty'.
Rowling has been receiving flack from a writer named Kevin Williamson, who had been airing his opinions on her feud with Glasgow East Parliament member Natalie McGarry.
Something tells us he wasn't expecting such an epic comeback. Or such a hilarious pun either!
They see me Rowlin'— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) February 17, 2016
They hatin' https://t.co/dfiqou7vpD
The latest put down comes after the writer was celebrated as an "inspiration" after she replied to a question by a 'Harry Potter' fan, questioning why the headmaster of Hogwarts School Of Witchcraft And Wizardry was gay.
The famous author opened up about Albus Dumbledore's sexuality back in 2007, after the publication of 'Harry Potter and the Deathy Hallows', the seventh and final book in the franchise was published.
The tweet by the young fan Ana Kocovic, which has since being deleted, enquired "I wonder why you said that Dumbledore is a gay because I can't see him that way."
The 49-year-old's response was truly heady-warming: "Maybe because gay people just look like… people?"
'The Casual Vacancy' author has garnered praise for her powerful and inspiring reply to the question.
“It has certainly never been news to me that a brave and brilliant man could love other men." Rowling said when she initially revealed Dumbledore’s sexuality. “He is my character. He is what he is and I have the right to say what I say about him."