SANTA BARBARA, CA – FEBRUARY 05: Oprah Winfrey attends the 29th Santa Barbara International Film Festival Montecito Award to Oprah Winfrey at the Arlington Theatre on February 5, 2014 in Santa Barbara, California. (Photo by Mark Davis/Getty Images for SBIFF)

*Queen Oprah Winfrey had to remind an ignorant troll who came for her online that she remains the HBIC… so please fact check before you come asking her for receipts.

When the fool tweeted to Lady O: “when are u going to give 2 back 2 the ghettos in america?”

Winfrey snapped back: “when are u? I’ve put 500 African American men thru college. And u sir?”

oprah checks troll on twitter

Oprah was referring to the many men she’s paid full college tuitions for to attend Morehouse University in Atlanta.

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SAN JOSE, CA – NOVEMBER 03: Oprah Winfrey delivers the keynote address to attendees of the QuickBooks Connect convention on November 3, 2015 in San Jose, California. (Photo by John Medina/Getty Images)

These Millennial trolls need to spend more time running their fingers through the pages of pop culture history books rather than molesting social medis 24/7 and firing off unprovokted rants.

In related news, in Winfrey’s recent Vogue Magazine interview, she talks about how with age, comes a heightened sense of not-giving-a-damn:

“In your 40s, you’re coming into it, you’re intellectualizing things, and you kind of know it and you feel it. But there is a deepening and a broadening and quickening of the knowing that happens in your 50s. Maya Angelou used to say to me, ‘The 50s are everything you’ve been meaning to be.’ You’d been meaning to be that person. By the time you hit 60, there are just no . . . damn . . . apologies. And certainly not at 63. And the weight thing that was always such a physical, spiritual, emotional burden for me—no apologies for that either.”

Oprah went on to explain how content she is at this stage in her life:

“I don’t know of a person who can honestly, deeply, profoundly speak to the word contentment. […] I have no angst. No…nothing. No regret, no fear. I mean…just absolute joyful contentment.”