Nicki Minaj attends the MAC Cosmetics Viva Glam Party. (Getty...

Nicki Minaj attends the MAC Cosmetics Viva Glam Party. (Getty Images) Credit: Nicki Minaj attends the MAC Cosmetics Viva Glam Party. (Getty Images)

What, no more Nicki Minaj tweets?

On Sunday, the hip-hop hottie deactivated her Twitter account after getting into a Twitter tiff with some of followers.

"Like seriously, its but so much a person can take. Good f---ing bye," she wrote, before vanishing from the social networking site, MTV.com reported.

A few minutes before jumping ship, the "Super Bass" singer vowed to get rid of her account after blocking a fan site that she accused of posting leaked music. The offending site, NickiDaily.com, is also down, with all of its typical Barbie-themed content removed and only the word "closed" posted, the site reported.

Minaj, 29, isn't the first celeb to quit the succinct social network (James Franco threw in the towel for good after only being active on Twitter for a month and a half), although many other famous quitters predictibly returned in the blink of an eye (*cough, Ashton Kutcher, *cough). 


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