Trolls have claimed another victim of body shaming and bullying in the form of Aaron Carter, who just deactivated his Twitter account. Following a Twitter tirade in which he spoke out about "fans" who body-shamed and bullied him, the 29-year old performer deleted his account. His final tweet was "Don't worry dude. I'm leaving twitter. All good. @AntiBullyingPro @PerezHilton I'm done with this," which still shows up in Google results. According to PEOPLE, Carter has been going through some tough times as evidenced by his tweets. He shared that on top of his health problems, he was also dealing with the recent loss of his father.

Carter patriarch passes away at 65

Back in May, FOX News reported that the Carter patriarch, Robert Carter, passed away at the age of 65. Nick and Aaron Carter's father, Robert Carter, passed away in Florida after being found unconscious. The Carter patriarch was known for appearing in the family's reality series, "House of Carters." His death was announced via Twitter by Nick. Aaron hit back at his online bullies, writing in a now-deleted Tweet that "I've literally had the hardest week of my life, my dad [passed] away my late sisters birthday anniversary was June 6th & people #BodyShame me."

'Sooner or Later' singer hospitalized for exhaustion following NY performance

Aaron Carter was sent to the hospital on Thursday after a performance in Syracuse, New York.

He took to Twitter to share a snapshot of himself in St. Joseph's Health, where he had "a little checkup...[to] make sure I stay strong." According to N.Y. Daily News, Carter overheard some fans talking about how thin he was and commenting about how he looked like he had cancer. They even suggested he consume several cheeseburgers.

His thin frame wasn't from a poor diet, however, as Carter has a hiatal hernia. He disclosed the fact that he was suffering from this medical condition earlier this year. One of its symptoms include having difficulty eating.

Former child star took to Twitter to blast fan for body-shaming

In a series of now-deleted tweets, Aaron Carter wrote that he was "entirely hurt" that "a grown woman" was talking about how he had an eating disorder, or worse, cancer.

He also wrote, "I’m sorry I’m not fat enough. For my fake fans, I'm sorry I'm not good enough or heavy enough to be attractive." The singer admitted that he's also receiving "hate messages and death threats" as he continues to deal with "health issues and broken fingers," and "things i can't legally discuss." His girlfriend, Madison Parker also took to Twitter to tell people to back off and "give him space." She added that after his scheduled performances, they will be going off the radar, most likely to let Carter get his much-needed rest.