Ed Sheeran´s Twitter page reappeared on Tuesday with a spring clean of old tweets after a brief disappearance prompted speculation that the singer had quit the social media platform after mixed reaction to his cameo on TV show "Game of Thrones."
Sheeran´s Twitter account, which boasts 14 million followers, appeared to have been deactivated on Monday.
On Tuesday, it was live again, but many of Sheeran´s 30,000 tweets, including recent posts and comments from fans, had been deleted.
A representative for the British singer did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
Sheeran was active on Instagram on Tuesday, posting a photo of a cat and a picture from the set of "Game of Thrones." On Sunday he also posted photos and a video of his "Game of Thrones" cameo.
Sheeran´s scene on Sunday´s HBO medieval fantasy series, in which he plays a singing soldier who encounters character Arya Stark, garnered mixed reception from avid "Game of Thrones" fans.
Many criticized his cameo as distracting in a show that does not usually use celebrities.
The 26-year-old singer, whose latest album, "Divide," topped charts in the United States and Britain earlier this year, has been vocal about his dislike of Twitter.
He told Britain´s Sun newspaper earlier this month that it was "nothing but people saying mean things" and that he had stopped using the platform regularly.