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He 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."
The Gabon international has since returned to Twitter and has put his fiery message down to being too emotional while sharing his thoughts on the collapse of the European Super League.
He tweeted: "Got a bit too emotional last night. Bottom line is - yesterday was a big day for football and our fans and an even bigger day for social justice."
Got a bit too emotional last night. Bottom line is - yesterday was a big day for football and our fans and an even bigger day for social justice :soccer::heart::fist:- AUBA:zap: (@Auba) April 21, 2021
After initially agreeing to join the breakaway competition, the Gunners then withdrew - releasing a statement along with the other English clubs involved in the project.
As a result of listening to you and the wider football community over recent days we are withdrawing from the proposed Super League.- Arsenal (@Arsenal) April 20, 2021
We made a mistake, and we apologise for it.
Part of the statement reads: "The last few days have shown us yet again the depth of feeling our supporters around the world have for this great club and the game we love.
"We needed no reminding of this but the response from supporters in recent days has given us time for further reflection and deep thought.
"It was never our intention to cause such distress, however when the invitation to join the Super League came, while knowing there were no guarantees, we did not want to be left behind to ensure we protected Arsenal and its future.
"As a result of listening to you and the wider football community over recent days we are withdrawing from the proposed Super League. We made a mistake, and we apologise for it.
"Our aim is always to make the right decisions for this great football club, to protect it for the future and to take us forward. We didn't make the right decision here, which we fully accept.
"We have heard you."
Aubameyang, meanwhile, is enduring an underwhelming campaign this season. He's only scored nine Premier League goals this term having missed the last two games through illness.
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