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On Thursday, the Jonas Brothers deactivated their band’s Twitter account days after cancelling their U.S. tour.
According to Us Weekly, the Jonas brothers deleted their Twitter account, furthering reports that the band has split. When fans want to view the band’s page, they will read “Sorry that page doesn’t exist!”
Kevin, 25, Joe, 24, and Nick, 21, still have their individual Twitter pages up.
Last week, two days before their anticipated tour, a statement was released saying the Jonas Brothers have cancelled the tour because of musical differences. A day prior to the announcement, the brothers talked on a radio show, where they were tense throughout.
People reports that the brothers' split is more deep than it appears. “They are not getting along at all. It’s uglier than you think,” a source told the magazine.
The source says the brothers are more focused on doing individual works than continue to work together. Both Joe and Nick have released solo projects, while Kevin stars in E!'s Married to Jonas and is expecting his first child.
Reps for the Jonas Brothers have yet to confirm an official split or why the Twitter account was deactivated.