Some social media users speculated that Rowling unfollowed Stephen King on Twitter.
JK Rowling has sparked another controversy surrounding her views on the Trans community.
The Harry Potter author has deleted a tweet declaring her love for Stephen King after he showed support for trans people according to report by The Independent.
Rowling shared a quote from the late feminist and writer Andrea Dworkin about how men treat women's opinions as if they are "acts of violence and the post was retweeted by Stephen King.
In response, Rowling tweeted that her love for King had reached "new heights".
She added: "It's so much easier for men to ignore women's concerns, or to belittle them, but I won't ever forget the men who stood up when they didn't need to. Thank you, Stephen."
However, after being pressed by a fan on where he stood on transgender issues, King tweeted: "Trans women are women."
While his clarification appeased some fans, it appears to have irked Rowling, who has since deleted her tweet praising King. Some social media users have also speculated that she unfollowed him on Twitter.
Rowling's views on transgender rights has caused widespread debate over the past month.