​Sophie Turner, always making waves on Instagram from her behind the scenes Game of Thrones looks and ​secret sausage reviews, really got her fans praising her this week for asking a white nationalist Twitter account to remove her picture from their hate messages.

Randomly including an image of Turner from 2014 Nylon Singapore cover story, ​INSIDER reports the ​since deleted Tweet read "White people exist. White people have the right to exist. White people have the right to exist as white people. Be white."

The Identitarian Brigade's Tweet had under 100 retweets, with the hashtags #WarOnWhites #WhiteGenocide #ItsOkayToBeWhite and #ItsOKToBeWhite. 

Sophie Turner's response, which read "please don't use my image for this" generated over 4,000 retweets and 25,000 likes. 

Fans were quick to jump to Turner's aid as well, posting images and messages of support.

Some fans even wrote messages encouraging the actress to take legal action against someone using your photo without permission, but most were, of course, Game of Thrones gifs.

In the age of unlimited content, it's important to stand up for what you believe in, and it's great that Turner and her fans were there to help her take down someone trying to use her image as part of hateful speech. The original tweet has since been deleted.