Ed Sheeran has completely taken himself off Twitter following his cameo in Game Of Thrones this week.
The singer already said he wasn’t going to read anything on the social media site after nasty comments were made about his Glastonbury set at the end of last month.
But Ed kept his profile until this week when he took it one step further and deleted his account – it comes after his appearance in Game Of Thrones was criticised.
When you think you’re safe from Ed Sheeran but he even weasels his way in to the seven kingdoms of Westeros pic.twitter.com/2PoMwV6k6H
— Adam (@AdamOhReilly) July 17, 2017
why does ed sheeran ruin everything i love
— sisi (@sithpeach) July 17, 2017
— Rebecca (@nota_regularmom) July 17, 2017
Nothing takes me out of a fantasy world like a random Ed Sheeran appearance #gameofthrones
— Dana Schwartz (@DanaSchwartzzz) July 17, 2017
Ed has been on and off Twitter during his career, taking a ‘year out’ of being on social media in 2016, while he worked on his latest album and went travelling around the world.
He said he was ‘sick of seeing the world through a screen’ but this latest move is the first time he has deleted the account.
People were quick to jump to Ed’s defence when it became clear his profile had gone.
Just don’t understand how people can hate on Ed Sheeran so much to make him delete his twitter like sorry what he’s one of the nicest people
— Sophie (@aSophieLally) July 18, 2017
yall are so ugly to criticize ed sheeran THAT MUCH bc he appeared 5min on got he deactivate his twitter now
— julie (@emiIiacIrks) July 18, 2017
And there was this gem from comedian Chris Ramsay…
Bunch of dragon bumming nerds crying about Ed Sheeran’s cameo in GoT
— Chris Ramsey (@IAmChrisRamsey) July 18, 2017
Opening up about nasty comments after closing Glastonbury last month, Ed said the mean things people say ‘ruins’ his day.
I’ve actually come off Twitter completely. I can’t read it.
I go on it and there’s nothing but people saying mean things. Twitter’s a platform for that. One comment ruins your day. But that’s why I’ve come off it.
The head-fuck for me has been trying to work out why people dislike me so much.
It all seemed to come to a head after Glasto when people were accusing Ed of using a backing track alongside his performance of ‘Castle on the Hill’.
Come on now guys, let’s all get along.