British singer Rita Ora has been struggling to break into the American market since Jay Z signed her in 2009, and a recent Twitter fail only made it that much more obvious.
On Halloween, the 23-year-old singer tweeted that she would release new music if she got 100,000 retweets.
Though she has nearly 4 million followers, the tweet was deleted after getting just 2,000 retweets.
She also reportedly retweeted a fan who said, "where her 3.9m followers at when you need them smh," but deleted that also.
But Ora, who was recently named as a new coach on the U.K. version of The Voice, only made matters worse by claiming that her Twitter got "hacked." Aw, girl.
Many celebs buy fake followers to boost their numbers, and Ora may be guilty: Twitteraudit.com says she has 1.3 million spam followers.
Naturally, people didn't exactly believe her.
And it's only made the Fifty Shades of Grey actress become the butt of plenty of jokes.