When she stopped by Late Night With Seth Meyers on Thursday, the 48-year-old explained why she chose to speak up about her attackers in the first place — and was surprised with a montage of videos from fans sending their love!
Ch-ch-check out the moving clip (below) to hear what the comedianne had to say about the social media controversy!
Now thanks to a new app from Hillary Clinton's campaign, anyone can get insulted by the Republican presidential nominee!
On Thursday, the Democratic presumptive nominee launched a new Facebook app called Trump Yourself, which allows users to superimpose insults the candidate has hurled at people over the years on their profile pictures.
Featuring old Trump jems like "Fat Pig!" (Trump's reference to O'Donnell in 2009), "Hater and Loser," and even "Donald Trump doesn't think I should be able to get married" — in reference to LGBT rights!
Hillary's team didn't hold back introducing the app on Twitter, sharing:
Twitter is officially amping up security on harassment.
On Tuesday, the social media site permanently banned conservative writer and self-proclaimed "fabulous supervillain on the internet" Milo Yiannopoulos — in addition to other user accounts — for his role in the horrific online bullying of Leslie Jones.
In case you're not familiar, Milo was known by the handle @Nero and is the technology editor for Breitbart.com. He had over 338,000 followers before his account was deleted for seemingly racist and degrading tweets.
Just a side note, this is the guy who says "feminism is cancer" and "Rape Culture and Harry Potter: Both Fantasy." Sigh.