The 18-year-old’s Twitter account posted several lewd tweets seen by her over 16 million followers.
Despite the colourful language used in many of the tweets, perhaps the most biting post was one which read: ‘I love being so famous with no talent.‘
Kylie reacted to the posts on a different social media platform as she took to her Snapchat to share a short clip with a pink filter as she munched on white chocolate covered pretzels.
The starlet said: ‘So my Twitter was hacked and I don’t really care, I’m just letting him have fun.‘
As another one of the hack posts read: ‘well my sex tape with tyga was trash,’ Kylie did not waste any time responding with another Snapchat.
Kylie said: ‘Everyone is like “leak the sex tape.” Guys, you are never going to see a sex tape from me. It’s not going to happen.‘
The hacker also addressed a few tweets toward A-listers including Justin Bieber, Katy Perry and Taylor Swift.
The tweets began disappearing almost as fast as they were put up but one of the posts was a retweet of a user by the name of @lolsw4y, which was the same account linked to Katy’s Twitter hack earlier this week.
They had social media buzzing as aside from tweeting a message to rival Taylor, the perpetrator appeared to have leaked a previously unreleased track titled Witness 1.3 from the 31-year-old singer.
The first tweet posted was: ‘haha follow @sw4ylol #hackersgonnahack‘ and many that did so had first crack to download the track sung by someone who sounds very similar to Perry.
Shortly after the controversial post, the @sw4ylol account posted a screenshot takedown notice email from SoundCloud after claims from the Universal Music Group on behalf of the singer.
The tweet was also withheld by Twitter due to similar claims but that did not stop several fans from downloading the song and uploading it onto YouTube.