Abel Makkonen Tesfaye, the Canadian singer better known as The Weeknd, has left his fans confused after sharing a cryptic message on social media.


The Weeknd took to his Twitter page in the early hours of Wednesday to put out a tweet with the caption “Goodbye earth…”

The Grammy-winning singer, however, didn’t provide context to the tweet that has been viewed over 4.2 million times — leaving millions of fans bewildered.

“Bro are you okay are you high who did this to you?” a user asked.


Another user wrote: “Earth loves you Faye. Stay let’s dance till time ticks away that time bomb of life.”


Some users were of the opinion it could be related to a music project.


“that moment when people don’t remember this is a song from the mike dean album LMAO,” a user wrote.


Below are more reactions to The Weeknd’s cryptic post:

The Weeknd is known for his unconventional music style and his signature use of the falsetto register.

The 33-year-old singer rose to prominence in 2015 after ‘Earned It’, his single from ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’, won a Grammy Award for Best R&B performance.

The Weeknd has bagged four Grammy Awards, twenty Billboard Music Awards, twenty-two Juno Awards, and six American Music Awards.

Other accolades to his name include two MTV Video Music Awards, a Latin Grammy Award, a Primetime Emmy Award, and nominations for an Academy Award.

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