The Jonas Brothers have deleted their band's official Twitter account, further fueling the speculation that the musical trio is about to part ways for good.
Last week, the real-life brothers announced they were cancelling their 19-date tour just two days before it was due to kick off on Oct. 11.
"There is a deep rift within the band," their spokesman, Jesse Derris, told Us Magazine at the time
. "There was a big a disagreement over their music direction."
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The Jonas Brothers — Nick, 21, Joe, 24, and Kevin, 25 — shot to fame in 2005 after gaining exposure on the Disney Channel and soon drew a loyal following.
Though the brothers have all been pursuing their own projects on the side for years, their future as a band never seemed to be in jeopardy before.
"They are not getting along at all. It's uglier than you think," a music industry source told People magazine
. "They are moving forward away from the Jonas Brothers. I think this is the beginning of the end."
Deleting their band's official Twitter account was interpreted by some as the nail in the coffin.
But other sources say the media is misinterpreting everything.
"The idea that this is acrimonious is wrong," another source told People. "The guys are all talking and haven't stopped talking ever."
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