The Young Bucks' father reveals why both Nick and Matt Jackson left Twitter.
A couple of days ago, the duo deactivated their respective Twitter accounts without much of an explanation as to why. Matt did tweet the following before deactivating his account, "I've had a fun time on this app for over ten years, but it's time to finally hit the X. I'll see you on BTE!"
Matthew Lee Massie, the Young Bucks' father, went to Twitter over the weekend to elaborate on why they left the social media platform. He said the two need a break "from the toxicity on here." He added that the family suggested a hiatus from Twitter just so that they clear their minds.
Thx for all the love We are getting from everyone wondering about Matt and Nick ! They are fine and just need a well deserved break from the toxicity on here ! They are the most sweetest most genuine guys ever! They don’t deserve the hate they get! Love u all— MATTHEW Lee Massie/ Papa Buck (@MATTLEEMASSIE) December 21, 2019
Thx man ! We suggested a hiatus to clear their minds ! They give 110% of their blood sweat and tears ! To the point of pure exhaustion they’ve got nothing else to give ! Haters gonna hate and always gonna find something!— MATTHEW Lee Massie/ Papa Buck (@MATTLEEMASSIE) December 21, 2019
There is no word on when, or if, the Young Bucks will return to Twitter. AEW won't be running any more live events until January 1, 2020 when Dynamite heads to Jacksonville, Florida.