The American singer and actress slammed the Twitter user for asking which celebrity they would like to rape if the Purge movie was real Reuters

Zendaya has the best response to a Twitter user who tried to troll famous celebrities by asking his followers an offensive question. In the now-deleted tweet, the user asked which celebrity they would like to rape if the Purge movie was real.

In the post, the user added pictures of four famous singers, Zendaya, Beyonce, Rihanna and Nicki Minaj and the caption "If the purge was real who y'all raping?" But it did not go unnoticed and soon the Something New singer gave a fitting reply to the offensive tweet.

"This is absolutely disgusting and you should be ashamed of yourself. Is this really what my generation thinks is OK?" the 19-year-old former Dancing With The Stars runners-up tweeted followed by "People make me sick."

The user, who goes by the name Ben in the micro-blogging website, later responded to Zendaya's tweet saying: "If you sensitive and get offended off of a tweet, Twitter ain't for you cause that's all you go see."

Unfazed by the counter reply, the Replay hitmaker hit back at the man for his "immoral" comments on female celebrities. "The only thing that's lit is your immorality and inhumanity young man. I pray you find some sense."

The American actress and singer is a pro when it comes to shutting down online trolls. Back in 2015 August, she silenced a social media user with the perfect response for calling her parents ugly.

"First I'm gonna pray for you. While you're so concerned about what my parents look like, please know that these are two of the most selfless people in the world. They have chosen to spend their entire life, not worried about trivial things such as looks and insulting people's parents on Twitter, but instead became educators who have dedicated their lives to teaching, cultivating and filling young shallow mind. (One of the most important yet underpaid jobs we have)," she wrote on her social media account and advised the person to "log out, go to school, hug a teacher and read a textbook."