A random fan tried to make fun of Los Angeles Lakers forward Brandon Ingram on Twitter but ended up brutally roasted by the rising star.

Ingram, along with fellow teammates Lonzo Ball and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, was promoting the '"No Kid Hungry" campaign. In a 17-second long video, the players acknowledged there are 13 million kids hungry across the United States. The campaign's goal is to end child hunger in the country.

Ingram, who had his height listed at 6ft and 9in and weight at 190lbs before last year's season, has been working ever since on improving his frame.

The Duke product changed his diet and has been working out in the gym regularly this offseason. According to reports, the 20-year-old's efforts haven't been useless, as he has gained strength. However, a random fan still tried to poke fun at Ingram's body frame. Ingram has 232k Twitter followers, while his heckler has less than 100.

Hart is probably not surprised

Just hours earlier, Lakers rookie Josh Hart claimed Ingram and guard Briante Weber are the "biggest trash talkers" on the team. Hart, the No. 30 overall pick of the 2017 NBA draft, has been in the team just less than three months.

On the other side, Weber reached an agreement with the Purple and Gold last month.

Hart and Ingram have already spent some together on the court. The two were part of the winning Lakers' NBA Las Vegas Summer League roster. However, the youngsters didn't see a lot of action, as Ingram was shut down after the opening game and Hart's ankle injury suffered in Game 2 kept him out of the rest of the way.

''Probably Briante [Weber]. Brandon [Ingram] a little bit, not too much but […] I think as we start to get more and more towards training camp I think those personalities will probably show out a little more,'' Hart revealed on The Popcorn Machine Podcast with Joey Ramirez, per Corey Hansford of Lakers Nation.

The fact that Ingram couldn't keep himself from responding to a trash-talking fan just proves Hart's claims.

Just what Johnson wanted to see

Lakers President of Basketball Operations is getting his wish fulfilled. Johnson, who arrived in the front office earlier this year, made it clear in public this offseason that he wants Ingram to grow leadership skills. Ingram didn't do much talking in his rookie year but he is improving that aspect of his game. Being one of the biggest trash talkers on the team is a good indicator that Ingram is changing his mentality as the sophomore season approaches.