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The 31-year-old Gabonese striker hit out at the social media platform ahead of quitting Twitter on Tuesday evening.
Aubameyang tweeted: "I ain't missed you Twitter. So we not allowed to talk about anything?
"Only football and Super League? No more talking about Covid?! Or online abuse or racism. Nice.
"Even Sick [sic] (without fone) I was feeling better than now with fone. Let me turn it off. See u."
Aubameyang has been out of action for Arsenal since his side's 3-0 victory over Sheffield United at Bramall Lane earlier this month.
The Gabon international, who has been absent from the Gunners' last two matches, missed out on the Sheffield clash due to illness.
Aubameyang later revealed on his Instagram account that he had contracted malaria while on international duty with his country in March.
The former Borussia Dortmund star wrote to his 10m followers: "Hey guys, thanks for all the messages and calls.
"Unfortunately I contracted Malaria whilst being on national team duty in Gabon a few weeks ago.
"I've spent a few days in hospital this week but I'm already feeling much better every day, thanks to the great doctors that detected and treated the virus so quickly.
"I wasn't really feeling myself the last couple weeks but will be back stronger than ever soon!"
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta says he has spoken with his club captain, admitting that Aubameyang "wants to be back as soon as possible."
The 39-year-old Spaniard said: "He's completely fine, we'll see how he recovers. He wants to be back as soon as possible -- that's what he said to me."
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