Does this mark the end for the Jonas Brothers?
Their official Twitter page was deleted late Wednesday night sparking a fan frenzy that the band broke up.
As of Thursday morning, fans receive the following message when they visit the account: "Sorry, that page doesn't exist! Thanks for noticing--we're going to fix it up and have things back to normal soon."
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And while the band's page seems disabled, all three of the Jonas' individual accounts remain active and public.
However, the guys have been fairly quiet as of late, Joe Jonas hasn't tweeted since Oct. 8, while Nick and Kevin Jonas last took to Twitter more than two weeks ago.
The mysterious Twitter disappearance comes only a week after the boys announced that they were canceling their tour.
Just two days before they were set to kick off in Pennsylvania, the band's rep released a statement explaining the reasoning behind the abrupt decision.
"There is a deep rift within the band," their rep told E! News. "There was a big disagreement over their music direction."
And while Kevin, Joe and Nick apparently weren't all in sync when it came to their sound, they definitely didn't have a problem finding fans who wanted to hear (and see) them performing live.
As a source close to the band told E! News at the time that "ticket sales were fine, and [the cancelation] certainly wasn't about tickets."
Between that and the band's Twitter going MIA, there's certainly a building case that something is very awry in the Jonas Brothers world.