In a startling turn of events, local Twitter user @joebrosfan64 had their tweet deleted for hate speech, causing outrage among the Jonas Brothers fan community.
The tweet in question read, “Jonas Brothers are such sellouts, can’t believe they’re still making music. #trash #fake #jonaswho?” Clearly, this tweet crossed a line and the Twitter gods swiftly took action.
However, the Jonas Brothers themselves are trying to avoid taking responsibility for the tweet. “We had nothing to do with it,” said Nick Jonas in a press conference. “We don’t condone hate speech, and we’re disappointed that someone would use our name to spread such negativity.”
The other Jonas Brothers nodded sagely in agreement, but many fans remain skeptical. “I don’t buy it,” said @jonasfanatic96. “They’re always preaching about love and unity, but they can’t even take responsibility for the actions of their fans? Sounds pretty fake to me.”
Meanwhile, in other music news, Lil Durk, J. Cole, and Shakira have all released new music this week, but it’s unclear whether any of them are facing backlash for tweets containing hate speech against the Jonas Brothers. #prayforjoebrosfan64
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