Megan Fox lasted on Twitter for only one week, and now the actress said she plans to deactivate her account.

After joining Twitter on Jan. 3, Fox announced one week later on Facebook that she couldn’t take much more of tweeting.

“Some of you may or may not have noticed by now that my Twitter account has been shut down," Fox said.

"I thought that 2013 might be the year that I finally blossomed into a social networking butterfly, but as it turns out, I still hate it." she said, adding, "Love you guys but I will just never be that girl. Facebook is as much as I can handle. I'm sorry."

While on Twitter, Fox promoted her latest movie, “This Is 40,” shared a photo of her life size R2D2 model and cheered on the Los Angeles Lakers, Us Weekly noted.

She also shared a funny photo from her childhood of herself and her parents dressed up in Wild West-theme garb.

On Jan. 9, she expressed exasperation with Twitter.

“5 days on Twitter and I have yet to discern its purpose. #WhatIsThePoint ???,” she tweeted.

Fox had more than 250,000 followers on her account, almost 80,000 of them on the first day.

She joined Twitter after the trending topic “RIP Megan Fox” showed up on the social media website, the Daily Mail said.

The actress did not comment on the death hoax, but she did note that she had trouble signing up for Twitter under her own name.

“Against my better judgment, I have finally joined Twitter. Every possible version of my name is already in use so for now my Twitter handle is See you there,” Fox said on her Facebook page.

Later, the actress said that she was able to change her name to @MeganFox.

As of Jan. 11, Fox’s Twitter account remained up, however, it has not been updated since Jan. 9.