Nicki Minaj Twitter Goodbye: 'It's But So Much a Person Can Take'

Nicki Minaj has had all she can take of her critical fans. The singer announced Sunday that enough was enough, and deleted her Twitter account in addition to one of her fan sites.

Despite her recent success with the release of her latest album "Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded," Nicki Minaj doesn't appear to be getting a lot of love from her fans. The singer Tweeted on Sunday that she could no longer take her fans, and then proceeded to shut down her Twitter in addition to one of her fan sites.

"Like seriously, its but so much a person can take. Good f*****g bye," Minaj wrote on Twitter before shutting the site down.

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The comments are a result of a Twitter "war" that broke out over leaked music on her fan site

Minaj also made some harsh comments about her father Omar Miraj, which some fans had rebuked the star for. Minaj's father later said that he was devastated by his daughter's "temper."

"He could not believe his ears when the 29-year-old appeared on ABC's Nightline show and described him as a drug addict and alcoholic who often threatened to kill her mother Nina, and once even burned down their house," Mail Online reported.

"'I wanted to kill him. I used to wish he was dead," the star told ABC. "We were afraid for my mother's life because whenever he would have a real bad outburst he would threaten to kill her."

All of the added drama may have been too much for the star, who also told ABC that she was actually a rather shy person.

"Sometimes I want to just pull the off switch, but you can't because if you go outside, you have to give people your all," Minaj told ABC adding that the extra fame had made her a bit of a recluse.

Despite her efforts however at giving it her all, it appears the star simply couldn't take it all on her shoulders.

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