Jonas Brothers' Rep Slams 'Inaccurate' Feud Rumors Over 'Disastrous' Album Sales
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A representative for the trio denies report which claims that Kevin, Joe and Nick Jonas 'started to point fingers' after their latest album, which is titled 'The Album', flopped.

AceShowbiz - The Jonas Brothers are not feuding despite rumor to the contrary. After a report circulated online claiming that they boys have been blaming each other for the "disastrous" sales of their latest album, their rep has dismissed the "inaccurate" story.

"This is inaccurate source material," the representative for the trio tells Radar Online, noting that the "guys couldn't be happier, and they are looking forward to performing in Yankee Stadium to sold out fans August 11 and 12."

The rep's statement is in response to an earlier report which suggested that there's tension between brothers Kevin Jonas, Joe Jonas and Nick Jonas due to poor sales of their latest album, which is called "The Album". The report noted that while their 2019 album "Happiness Begin" sold 400,000 in the first week, their sixth and newest studio album only sold 50,000 copies, citing that "at least 87 percent of their audience has evaporated."

"When everything is going well, the boys get along fine," a so-called insider said of the dynamic in the famous family. "It's when things are not going well that their true colors show, and boy, after they received those numbers, they all started to point fingers."

Floating a speculation of possible second disbandment, the tipster went on claiming, "It's unlikely they'll ever record new music again if no one wants to buy it."

The Jonas Brothers, who consist of the three biological siblings, released their debut album in 2006. In 2011, the brothers took a hiatus to focus on their solo careers. In 2013, the group canceled their tour, citing a "deep rift within the band" over "creative differences" and they eventually split.

In February 2019, the band announced their comeback, with their new single "Sucker" being released in March of the same year. It became a big hit for the band, debuting at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and the U.S. Hot Digital Songs chart. It was the Jonas Brothers' first number-one song and the first number one by a boy band on the chart since 2003's "Bump, Bump, Bump" by B2K.

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