Iowa Star Deactivates Social Media After Tiff With Fan
Things got so messy for one Iowa-born celebrity that she had to deactivate her Twitter account.
This all started when pop star Sabrina Carpenter released her newest album on July 15th. The album titled 'emails i can't send' dropped earlier this month and fans are saying it's her best body of work yet.
The thirteen-track record featured multiple co-writers from JP Saxe, John Ryan, and Iowa-born, Julia Michaels.
Michaels is a well-known songwriter in her own right. She's partnered with some of the biggest names in music like Selena Gomez, Ed Sheeran, Fifth Harmony, and Nick Jonas.
The Davenport native has even teamed up with Iowa's own American Idol winner Maddie Poppe. She wrote Poppe's Idol winner's single 'Going Going Gone.'
Julia Michaels helped co-write six out of the thirteen songs on this album.
As soon as the album dropped, one fan account shared her honest thoughts about Michaels and the album. Overall, she loved the album. The problem was that she didn't care for Michaels' writing style.
This fan did her own track-by-track review of the album and didn't seem to mince words when it came to Julia Micheals. The fan said,
"i like this but god i hate the way julia writes."
Julia Michaels must've come across her tweets before because she completely spammed this fan's Twitter thread.
She replied to every single one of the tweets with something like,
"But I thought you hate the way I write,"
After this whole exchange, the fan revealed that the singer-songwriter actually blocked her!
Days after the entire debacle, the singer ended up deactivating her Twitter account. There's no word on whether or not this directly caused it, but it's pretty clear that this and another odd Twitter post probably were the breaking points.
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