After canceling their tour last week, the three brothers have now deleted their group Twitter account.
Following the cancellation of their previously announced fall tour last week, the Jonas Brothers have fanned the flames of rumor regarding their disbandment when they deactivated their Twitter account. They have apparently deleted their official group account @JonasBrothers, with an attempt to access the said page yielding a "Sorry, that page doesn't exist" message.
Brothers Kevin Jonas, Joe Jonas and Nick Jonas were supposed to have kicked off their tour this past Friday, October 11 in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania's Tower Theatre but a major argument regarding the direction of the group in terms of where their music was headed sparked the cancellation of the entire 19-date itinerary. As their spokesperson Jesse Derris revealed, currently "there is a deep rift within the band."
But fans of the trio need not fret too much about the disagreement amongst the siblings, with a source close to them saying, "It's not a personal fight, it's about the music. They are brothers, they love each other. Yes, they are still speaking." However, a disbandment of their musical group would surely sadden their millions of fans, many of which are ardent followers on Twitter.
Although each of their personal accounts has not been similarly deactivated like their group account, fans of Nick and Joe might be getting anxious as the two have not tweeted since October 1 while Joe last wrote on the social networking site last October 8. Together, the Jonas Brothers have about 18 million fans following them on Twitter. They've likewise kept silent on the break-up speculations, with their management and their record label also not commenting on the rumors.