After [article id="1715334"]canceling their tour[/article] last week, the Jonas Brothers have since shut down their Twitter account.
As of press time, when fans go to the band's official account they get the following message, "Sorry, that page doesn't exist! Thanks for noticing — we're going to fix it up and have things back to normal soon."
A rep for the group had not responded to MTV News request for further information or comment about the status or future of their Twitter account. And while the band's joint account no longer exists, each of the members' individual accounts remain activated. None of their individual accounts have been updated since their tour announcement last week.
The JoBros announced last week they were [article id="1715334"]canceling their 19-date fall tour[/article], which was slated to kick off last Friday in Pennsylvania and would have ended on November 6 in Seattle, due to "a deep rift within the band. There was a big disagreement over their music direction." The official statement about the cancelation added that the future of the band "remains to be seen" and that the rift was linked to "creative differences" within the trio. Ticket holders could get full refunds for the canceled slate of dates.
The guys made headlines last October when they played a [article id="1695405"]highly anticipated reunion show[/article] in New York City at Radio City Music Hall. The show was meant to reintroduce the brothers to their fans as they embarked on this next chapter of their career. In addition to their tour, they had also been hard at work prepping their next album, V. But the status of the release is now up in the air in the wake of the tour announcement.