The comedian has returned to Twitter for the second time this summer
Late last month, Jones’s personal website JustLeslie.com was hacked to show explicit photos and personal information. In addition to publicly displaying personal iCloud photos, her passport and driver’s license, the hackers also posted a picture of a gorilla on her site. Soon after the hack, the site was taken down.
Several celebrities, including Katy Perry, Ellen DeGeneres, Lena Dunham and Gabourey Sidibe, shared their love and support for Jones. And in an interview with at the VMAs, Jones’ former Saturday Night Live costar Jay Pharoah told Entertainment Tonight, “That is my friend. People need to leave her alone.”
Jones took some time to thank her friends and fans for their support in a triumphant return to social media on Sunday.
“Thanks to my fans and friends!” she wrote in the tweet. “I’m soooooo ok really. And I will always be funny been through a lot in my life and I ALWAYS GET BACK UP!”
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This is not the first time Jones has had to quit social media this summer. Jones also took a hiatus following a racist online bullying spree directed at the Ghostbusters star in July. She returned with an epic series of Olympics coverage, which resulted in an invitation to join NBC as a special correspondent in Rio.