Late Friday night, the 38-year-old singer was tweeting about President Trump when his tweets took on a noticeably different tone. "He can't speak out against hate crimes by white supremacists".
"I did call him a Liar-In-Chief".
Us Weekly reports the singer realized he had been hacked, and warned fans in advance of a string of expletive-laden tweets, including one that threatened to "stomp" President Trump, referred to as a "cheetoh".
That Twitter user, @Owen755, then issued a tweet that read simply, "That was fun", before the account was suspended.
A number of messages were posted on the 38-year-old star's micro-blogging page, which took aim at US President Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, but John saw the amusing side of the now-deleted posts.
In another post he also said, "My hacker was vulgar and kinda hilarious".
"Someone just hacked my account".
In it, she showed that Legend's bio at the time read, "i have a small penis", with the concerned friend telling her, "Saw John's account got hacked - this is still on his bio fyi". I'll try and be funnier from now on so he won't feel the need to ghost write for me, ' promised the Ordinary People artist.
"Best dm of my life", she tweeted along with a screenshot of a message she received of her husband's Twitter page.
Legend also clarified that he "would never threaten violence to the President". I would hate them if I didn't love them so damn much.
Instead of getting angry about a Twitter hack, John Legend, Chrissy Teigen, and their supporters are cracking up about the things posted on Legend's behest, says PageSix.