Nicki Minaj has said goodbye to Twitter -- temporarily.

The 29-year-old singer has deleted @NICKIMINAJ, leaving more than 11 million of her followers wondering, what happened?

Like seriously, its but so much a person can take. Good f**king bye, Minaj wrote on Sunday, before deactivating her Twitter.

Moments before, Minaj wrote on Twitter (according to a screen grab obtained by that she had blocked a fan site,, from posting links to audio clips from Roman Reloaded.

The fan site has since deleted its contents, except for the word CLOSED and Minaj's 2010 song, Dear Old Nicki playing in the background.

Over the weekend, Minaj hinted to her Barbz -- fans -- that she was on her way to the Twitter exit door.

And that's exactly why I'm paying the barbz DUST right now! And deleting my twitter. Smdh - don't cry 4 me argentina . . . on 2nd thought I'll just follow a new set of barbz. The ones I follow r very mean and ratchet. *side eyes them* *looks into the sea 4 more*, she wrote.

This Twitter fiasco is the latest Minaj headline to hit the music world. Just last week, her second studio album, Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded, debuted on top of the Billboard 200 chart, selling more than 253,000 copies in its first week.

Minaj, who has 30 days to reactivate her account, is not the first celebrity to quit Twitter. At least two celebrities have bid adieu to the fail whale and its hashtags for good (James Franco, John Mayer). Others have opted for temporary breaks (Miley Cyrus, Alec Baldwin). One recent case involved a public changing of the guard, after receiving much criticism for supporting one controversial football coach (Ashton Kutcher).

As Minaj takes a much needed break from Twitter (and as fans patiently wait for a possible return), here's a look at other celebrities that have left Twitter, and those that have come back.