It seems Kanye West’s Twitter account, where a tweet was posted Tuesday saying Bill Cosby was innocent, was hacked by Kylie Jenner, according to a report by Radar Online. West was slammed on social media for his post on Cosby, who has been accused of sexual assault by over 50 women.

A tweet saying “Kylie was here” was also seen late Tuesday along with a crying Kimoji face, leading to speculation that the message was posted by Jenner, Radar Online reported.

Soon after West’s tweet on Cosby, several users posted gifs expressing shock over the singer's comments. Comedian Sarah Silverman also tweeted: “Kanye!! You can't be for real. FIFTY WOMEN. With nothing to gain thanks to a statute of limitations ON RAPE. Oy.”

Cosby was arrested shortly before the new year and several celebrities, who initially supported him, have backed out after the arrest. Cosby has been accused of drugging and sexually assaulting a former Temple University employee, Andrea Constand, though he denies the charges and says the sex was consensual. His next hearing is scheduled for Friday in Montgomery County Court in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania.

Several other tweets were also posted on West's account between the Cosby post and the “Kylie was here” tweet. These included a post where the "Bound 2" singer praised a shoe model by Nike, after slamming Puma over a deal with Jenner.

West has a partnership with Adidas and reportedly wanted to make sure that Jenner did not sign up for a rival brand. A report Monday by Us Weekly said that Jenner was to be named Puma’s brand ambassador. The report added that she was to be paid a seven figure sum for it.

The “Kylie was here” post on the "Stronger" singer's Twitter account was written alongside a Puma logo, despite West's tweet earlier that such a deal would never take place.