Lily Allen returns to Twitter after leaving over ‘racist comments’ by British Army soldier

The Juice

Lily Allen is back on Twitter after it turned her smile upside down.

The "Smile" singer was inundated with hate tweets this week after she reported a British soldier for sending her a racist message on the social networking site.

"All the best with your new family just seen you bought s--- I mean adopted a child from Africa," Harry Wilson (whose Twitter account, @harrywil2010, has now been removed) reportedly tweeted Allen.

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The British pop star responded by writing to military bosses on Tuesday.

"@DefenceHQ do you condone @harrywil2010 racist comments, his profile says he is in the British Army," Allen asked, adding, "He needs disciplining."

The U.K. Ministry of Defence responded by forwarding a screen grab of the offending message to the British Army.

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But after receiving a barrage of abusive messages from army supporters, early this morning Allen announced she was "leaving Twitter for a few days."

"The stupidity of some people on here is astounding," she tweeted.

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Only a few hours later, she was back on the site.

"I have just received some flowers and a hand written apology from Harry Wilson, which I accept," she wrote. "I hope we can all now move on. Thank you."