How cruel is that? You know to tell someone to die publically, how humiliating. The Internet dragged Charlie Puth last night.
The “We Don’t Talk Anymore” singer reportedly blocked a fan after telling her to “die” on Twitter Tuesday (Aug. 17, 2016) — and now he’s being slammed after the screengrabs of the message went viral online. But are they authentic?
Although it remains unclear what the fan tweeted before receiving the alleged message, the hashtag #CharliePuthIsOverParty began trending worldwide soon after.
This isn’t the first time Puth has angered his fans, though. He was caught yelling “f–k you Justin Bieber” on camera during a concert in March 2016.