Ed Sheeran's Twitter Account Disappears After Singer Makes 'Game of Thrones' Debut

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UPDATE: As of Tuesday morning, it appears that Sheeran's Twitter has been reactivated.


Less than a day after his Game of Thronesappearance caused a social media stir, Ed Sheeran’s Twitter account has been disabled.

The “Shape of You” singer made his debut in the HBO’s series highly-anticipated season seven premiere on Sunday, but while some fans were pleased with the episode, many expressed their disappointment on Twitter.

WATCH: Ed Sheeran Makes His ‘Game of Thrones’ Debut in Season 7 Premiere

“Nothing takes me out of a fantasy world like a random Ed Sheeran appearance,” complained one viewer.

“I can't STAND Ed Sheeran's cameo,” declared another.

 Pretty Little Liars
star Keegan Allen meanwhile questioned the musician’s costuming.

“Shouldn't they have disguised him a little bit more... because it legit was just ed sheeran... thoughts?” Allen tweeted.

Fans of the 26-year-old Brit, who will next make a TV appearance on The Simpsons, were quick to jump to his defense, starting a hashtag, "#WeLoveYouEd."

“The floor is Ed Sheeran's haters #WeLoveYouEd,” wrote one fan.

Another listed the singer’s best qualities.
“Ed Sheeran: genuine talented humble cute. why would anyone want to hate him? #WeLoveYouEd.”

NEWS: Ed Sheeran Clarifies Comments About Quitting Social Media

Twitter shutdown comes just weeks after he confirmed that he was no longer “reading anything” on social media.

He still remains active on Instagram, posting a pic with his girlfriend in Peru on Monday.

See what else Sheeran had to say about social media below.