Simone Biles refused to play nice with USA Gymnastics after they tweeted a birthday message to one of her fan accounts.

USA Olympics shared a tweet filled with praise for the Texas native who turned 23 years old on Saturday.

"HAPPY BIRTHDAY to the most decorated gymnast of all time," the tweet stated. "We know you will only continue to amaze us and make history!"

Biles was not receptive to the birthday wishes which tagged a Biles' fan page instead of her personal Twitter account.

"How about you amaze me and do the right thing… have an independent investigation," AP's 2019 Female Athlete of the Year retorted.

She is referring to a scandal involving Larry Nassar, the former team doctor who was sentenced to 40-175 years in prison after he was found guilty for seven counts of criminal sexual conduct, according to Bleacher Report. Biles and more than 150 other women and girls testified during Nassar’s trial in 2018. More than 300 women and girls, in total, have accused him of sexual assault, according to Yahoo.

USA Olympics offered the victims a $215 million settlement in January, a move decried by Biles and other victims. In exchange for the money, several officials, including former USA Gymnastics CEO Steve Penny, the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee and former team coordinators Martha and Béla Károlyi, would be absolved of liability for the scandal. The survivors’ compensation would be based on where the abuse occurred and their professional level as an athlete.

On February 29, Biles tweeted her disgust and called for the investigation.

“Ugh at the airport. Heading to team camp. Still want answers from USAG and USOPC. Wish they BOTH wanted an independent investigation as much as the survivors & I do. Anxiety high. Hard not to think about everything that I DON’T WANT TO THINK ABOUT!!!”

Biles later explained her use of Twitter as it relates to the Nassar scandal during an interview with Today.

"I feel like it's a really tough subject to talk about, so it's easier to tweet about it and just let people know that I do care,'' Biles said on March 4. "But I think they just need to do what they say in some of their tweets that they release and to just do an independent investigation. And there's a lot of things that need to happen before we can move forward."

After Biles’ criticism, USA Gymnastics said the organization “fully cooperated with all investigative bodies,” according to USA Today.  

“We are deeply committed to learning from these investigations, and finding ways to prevent abuse in the future,’” the statement continued. “At the same time, we must respect the confidentiality and integrity of the mediation and SafeSport processes. We would welcome the opportunity to continue mediation and discussing how to best resolve the survivors’ claims."