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Ken Jennings Of 'Jeopardy!' Fame Tweets Awful Wheelchair 'Joke'

YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, NY - JANUARY 13:  Contestant Ken Jennings attends a press conference to discuss the upcoming Man V. Machine
YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, NY - JANUARY 13: Contestant Ken Jennings attends a press conference to discuss the upcoming Man V. Machine 'Jeopardy!' competition at the IBM T.J. Watson Research Center on January 13, 2011 in Yorktown Heights, New York. (Photo by Ben Hider/Getty Images)

Ken Jennings may have won big with fans on "Jeopardy!," but his latest tweet may lose him a lot of followers and respect.

Known on Twitter for his smart and snarky tweets, Jennings tweeted an apparent "joke" on Monday that mocked people in wheelchairs:

It is unclear if Jennings' account has been hacked, but his followers have already tweeted their disgust at the 40-year-old television personality and author:

HuffPost Entertainment contacted Jennings to see if he had any comment on the tweet; this post will be updated if and when he responds.