The True Love singer did not reveal what the hacker did once they accessed her account, but she hit out at the prankster online.

"To the a**holes that just hacked my private IG account.... Your parents must be really proud of you," she wrote on Twitter. "That's your contribution to the world?"

The 36-year-old's message was met with a few non-supportive posts and she wasted no time in responding to them.

"TROLLS, your insults go a lot further if you can manage to spell it out properly," she continued. "You're welcome."

"Welp, I do love the socks off of most of you," she added. "The rest of you unhappy f**kers? Good luck with all of that. And I'm out."