The-Dream has run off his Twitter page, following the footsteps of Emma Roberts. While the niece of Julia Roberts was scared of Robert Pattinson's die-hard fans, the 28 year-old rapper/producer decided to remove his page reportedly after he was showered with angry tweets from Ciara's devotees.
The-Dream upset Ciara's fans following his comment on Parlour magazine which mentioned that Ciara's upcoming album "Basic Instinct" will be her last shot at pop stardom. "I think so. You only get so many times to, and I won't say fail, but not achieve," he said in the interview.
"There's an expectation of where Ciara should be in her career. To others, she's achieved but not to us, because we saw where her career was headed. But now she's back on the horse. When she first came out I, like Lil Jon and Jazze Pha, understood exactly who she was. It was that whole Atlanta vibe because if I'm not Atlanta, no one is."
"I knew if I had a chance to get with her creatively, there's a specific type of swagger that she's got. Tricky and I did her whole album, but it's not all shallow songs like 'Ride'. There's play time but there's substance too, it's a great listen."
Before shutting down the Twitter page, The-Dream reportedly managed to defend himself, writing "Look up the word context. And also become familiar with the phrase 'taken out of context' it helps. I believed in Ciara when every1 else walked away &talked s**t I love her that's my sister!Actions speak louder than words."