Tila Tequila is back at it with more Hitler love.
Maybe she was celebrating 4/20 ... but Tila Tequila wished Adolf Hitler a happy birthday in a series of erratic tweets.
The controversial reality star also wished herself a happy birthday during her Twitter tirade on Wednesday as she proclaimed she was the reincarnation of the Nazi party leader.
“Happy birthday to my past life historical figure, most epic legend of all time, Mein Furhor, Adolf Hilila! The most high,” she kicked off her disturbing stream of tweets.
The 34-year-old supporter of Donald Trump also shared a Photoshopped photo of herself as Hitler, weirdly noting “the second coming of Christ in the end times prophecy has been fulfilled.”
Tequila, who is known for her lengthy rants, engaged with several followers who called out her offensive remarks.
Tequila posted this edited photo of herself in Nazi gear. @AngelTilaLove via Twitter
Tequila posted these edited photo and wrote Hitler and her were "soulmates."
“He was a good guy. He tried to save his people but the reptilians won and ruined his legacy and made him bad,” she responded to one user.
“On this great day of 420 I will honor our true king,” she added, writing the two are "soulmates."
The former MTV personality continued to share nasty tweets and retweeted a photo of Trump in Nazi uniform with the caption: “this time we will do it right #MakeAmericaGreatAgain.”
The former reality star came under fire years ago for this photo.
In between her bizarre claims, which included the suggestion she was jumping through time and space, she declared she was Hitler in the present day.
“I regret I didn’t win WWII but I have come back to rectify the unfortunate situation,” she wrote.
Tequila has previously shouted her sympathy for Hitler on social media.
Last year, she was booted off “Celebrity Big Brother” for her pro-Nazi views. In 2013 she came under fire for posting a Facebook photo of herself wearing a swastika arm band and Nazi uniform hat while holding a gun.
In other confusing Twitter rants, she has insisted the Earth is flat — and that she was made immortal to save the world.