The Jonas Brothers' future as a band took another step towards dissolution Thursday when their Twitter account disappeared. Closely following last week's news that the Jonas Brothers were canceling their scheduled tour, fans are panicking that this may be a sign that Kevin, Joe and Nick are calling it quits, according to TMZ on Oct. 17.
When fans tried to access @JonasBrothers Thursday morning, they were greeted with the, "Sorry, that page doesn't exist", message. Insiders are speculating that even though they guys haven't officially announced the band's breakup, this is pretty strong evidence.
When the brothers pulled the plug on their tour last week, just days before it was supposed to begin, reps said they were having a disagreement over music.
Yesterday, rumors heated up that another possible reason for the tour cancellation was that Joe Jonas has a secret drug addiction. He's been spotted out lately with addiction specialist Mike Bayer.
In an interview with Minnesota radio station KDWB last week, sources at the station say they seemed "a little tense", according to Us Weekly.
Although the band's Twitter page was down, Kevin, 26, Joe, 25, and Nick Jonas, 21 all still had their individual pages up and running, but none of them has tweeted in over a week.
Joe Derris, spokesman for the band, told People Magazine last week that a deep rift had developed between the brothers over their musical direction.
Besides the message telling fans that The Jonas Brothers Twitter page doesn't exist, there was also the stock one reading they'll fix it up and have things back to normal soon.
When pressed about the future of the band, Derris said, "It remains to be seen". Jonas Brothers reps remain silent on the issue.