ByLucas Kapla, writer at Creators.co
Film student, passionate writer, comic book fanatic.
Lucas Kapla

I can only imagine how overwhelming Europe's immigration crisis is. By now, over 350,000 migrants have fled to Europe escaping war and poverty.

J.K. Rowling, of course known for being the author of the famous Harry Potter book series, has some outstanding accomplishments. Back in 2005 she founded 'Lumos,' a charity program dedicated to caring for children in need. And to this day, she still continues to support other charities such as Gingerbread, The Multiple Sclerosis Society Scotland, Comic Relief, and Dyslexia Action, just to name a few. To add on top of that, over the course of her famed time she has donated an estimated (if not more) $160 million dollars to charity. J.K. Rowling is, without a doubt, an honest, wonderful humanitarian we we should all aspire to be like.

Since writing the final book, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, she's gone on to publish two more novels outside of the Harry Potter world, and still continues to amaze her fans with new information and writing released through her online interactive site, Pottermore, and subtle tweets across Twitter.

Over Twitter, it appears J.K. Rowling is all for supporting the homeless immigrants attempting to cross Europe's borders. Recently she relayed her thoughts about Europe's immigration crisis:

To which a Twitter user replies:

"Said the millionaire on her gold iphone in her mansion".

Rowling's response is merely:

"I'd type a longer retort, but these diamond buttons really hurt my fingers".

With a comedic comeback, J.K. Rowling politely returns fire at her Twitter follower. This isn't the first time she's called someone out over Twitter either. It just goes to show that Rowling has plenty of passion and ammo and can pick her own fights, with class.

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