After the Jonas Brothers abruptly canceled their tour earlier this month due to differences over their musical direction, fans wondered if the group was planning to split up for good. Well, bad news: it appears that the prospect of any future JoBros tours or albums seems to be getting dimmer by the day.
A music industry source tells People magazine that the three brothers "are not getting along at all," adding, "It's uglier than you think." The source says that all three brothers are focusing on solo projects, adding, "I think this is the beginning of the end." Another bad sign: the group's Twitter account has been deactivated.
However, a source close to the group denies that there's any hate, telling People, "The idea that this is acrimonious is wrong. The guys are all talking and haven't stopped talking ever."
Earlier this month, the group's spokesman said that "it remains to be seen" whether or not Kevin, Joe and Nick will continue making music together. The spokesman now tells ABC News Radio that he has no comment on this latest report.
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