US rapper Curtis Jackson, aka, 50 Cent is threatening to leave social networking site, Twitter, because of aggressive tweets from fans.
The controversial star made his announcement after one of his own fans quizzed him on why he was 'so rude' on the site.
The “In Da Club” star, responded to the fan by claiming "I get attacked all day on here".
Another post quickly followed, with the G-Unit founder using the site as a platform to reveal "I'm leaving Twitter soon you guys are going to have to find another way to get followers".
The news comes just a week after 50 engaged in a public Twitter feud with fellow rapper French Montana.
The 37-year-old has, however, hinted he may still have a presence on the site, despite his threats to quit.
He has since posted that he will read and retweet some messages, but only those that endorse his headphone brand 'SMS Audio' or his forthcoming 'Street King Immortal' album.
The album was set for its original release in summer 2011, but disputes with record label Interscope Records mean the revised release date is now 13 November.
Despite the hitches, 50 Cent has promised 'Street King Immortal' will be a "star-studded" release, featuring cameos from the likes of Eminem, Alicia Keys, Dr Dre, and Ne-Yo.
50 Cent's Twitter activity also grabbed the headlines in September when his fans were treated to a bizarre list of pointers on how to give up masturbation.
Followers were reliably informed that "God is watching".
And With tips including 'stop going to porn sites', and 'do not look at lust filled magazines' high on the agenda, one has to wonder whether some of Jackson's fans will be left in dire straits if he does follow through with his plan to quit Twitter.
50 Cent has over eight million followers on Twitter but follows only two people: @SKEnergyShots and @smsaudio.