Charlie Puth Slammed For Allegedly Telling A Fan To Die & Blocking Her On Twitter

Yikes. Charlie Puth is being accused of telling one of his fans to 'die' on Twitter, and the screen grab of the alleged message has gone viral on social media.

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This is pretty upsetting, HollywoodLifers. There is a terrible rumor about Charlie Puth, 24, circulating on social media claiming that he had a not-so-great interaction with a fan on Twitter. The claims are that Charlie allegedly direct messaged a fan and told her to “die,” then immediately blocked her account. Screen grabs of the alleged incident are circulating, however it’s unclear whether or not they are authentic.

One screen grab allegedly shows the “die” message, while another shows what Charlie’s account looked like to the fan after he allegedly blocked her. The claims have left his fans in a total uproar, causing them to trend #CharliePuthIsOverParty. While many Twitter users are re-posting the screen grabs, it remains unclear what the fan posted and/or tweeted before receiving the alleged message.

Charlie’s Twitter account shows zero signs of trouble though, as his last tweet thanks fans for getting him to 23 million followers. Unfortunately for Charlie, one look at his replies that Twitter users have totally turned on him after the screen grabs of him allegedly telling a fan to “die” started to spread online.

This isn’t the first time Charlie has been in hot water with fans, either. During a concert in March 2016 Charlie was caught on camera yelling “f–k you, Justin Bieber as he performed “We Don’t Talk Anymore.” Although the song is a duet with Justin’s ex, Selena Gomez, 24, Charlie was performing it solo when he decided to diss Justin out of nowhere. Eek! has reached out to Charlie’s reps in hopes of confirming whether or not this Twitter really happened.

Tell us, HollywoodLifers — Do YOU think Charlie would really do this? Comment below with your thoughts on these crazy allegations.

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