Leslie Jones arrives at the Los Angeles premiere of “Ghostbusters” on July 9. (Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)

Leslie Jones's online presence went dark two weeks ago after hackers apparently infiltrated her personal website and launched racist and sexist attacks.

But she's now back, and her triumphant return Saturday began in a pitch-perfect way: live-tweeting "The Golden Girls."

"Thanks to my fans and friends! I'm soooooo ok really," Jones also tweeted. "And I will always be funny been through a lot in my life and I ALWAYS GET BACK UP!"

Jones's tweets in the past have won her praise, fans and a trip to the Rio Olympics. But the "Saturday Night Live" comedian has also been subjected to nasty trolls, particularly around the release of the all-female "Ghostbusters" reboot that upset some men aggrieved by seeing women sport proton packs.

Jones, the movie's only black star, had retweeted some of those hateful messages for the world to see.

But last month's hack against Jones, which reportedly included posting private documents and nude photographs, has led to a Department of Homeland Security investigation.

After the online attack, everyone from Katy Perry to Hillary Clinton rushed to offer Jones support.

Jones responded to Clinton on Sunday, tweeting "Thanks boo! You are gonna be a kick a– President!! SLAY ALL DAY! USA!"

As for the "The Golden Girls," Jones said they "make me laugh no matter what the hell is going on. For real."

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