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Jonas Brothers delete Twitter page after cancelling tour

Nick, Kevin and Joe of the Jonas Brothers pose for a picture after arriving at the season four premiere of Hawaii Five-0 on Queen's Beach in Waikiki, Hawaii, on Sept. 26, 2013. GETTY IMAGES/CBS/Norman Shapiro.

Popular teen band The Jonas Brothers have deleted their Twitter account a week after cancelling their upcoming tour, fuelling rumours they have broken up.

Fans who visited the webpage saw a message reading “Sorry, that page doesn’t exist.”

Neither the band nor its management have commented on the decision.

Each band member – Nick, 21, Joe, 24, and Kevin, 25 – still has his individual Twitter account.

On Oct. 9, the brothers announced they were cancelling their upcoming tour, which was due to start in two days.

At the time, a representative said it was because of a “deep rift within the band.”

Fans who already bought tickets can get refunds from the vendor who sold them.

There’s no word on what the “rift” means for their upcoming album.