Kanye West fans have shared their concern for the rapper after another strange Twitter rant, this time about him being "murdered".
The 43-year-old was back on the micro-blogging site after being suspended earlier in the week after a different rant, which saw him post a video of himself urinating on a Grammy Award.
On Friday, Kim Kardashian 's husband tweeted and deleted a message to their daughter North in which left fans worried.
The tweet, written in all caps, said: "Northy I am going to war and putting my life on the line and if I am murdered don't ever let white media tell you I wasn't a good man... When people threaten to take you out of my life just know I love you."
He also shared a playful photo of the seven-year-old throwing up two peace signs to the camera.
The Stronger hitmaker's fans saw the tweet, despite it being deleted moments later, and they expressed their concern.
Sharing the original tweet, one wrote: "Kanye West just posted and deleted this, I'm worried."
Another said: 'We saw your deleted tweet. You need help from doctors, family and friends. This is not going to end well without that. First doctors."
And a third tweeted: "He needs help y'all. Real help. Stop feeding into this."
Elsewhere in his Friday morning rant, Kanye wrote about the music industry, religion and fashion, labelling sportswear brand Puma's designs "embarrassingly trash".
He wrote: "I will personally design Puma and Adidas and make everything OK."
Earlier in the week, another Twitter storm saw the musician suspended for 24 hours.
He posted a video of himself urinating on a Grammy Award, screenshots of his music contracts and messages about a battle between the labels Universal and Sony.
Twitter was also forced to remove a post which included the phone number of Randall Lane, Forbes' Chief Content Officer.
Kim Kardashian West is reportedly "at the end of her rope – again" as Kanye is "off his meds".
Earlier this year, she was seen crying in a car with her husband after another Twitter rant in which he spoke of trying to divorce Kim.
A source told People: "The last time, part of his negotiation with Kim was that he'd get back on his medication and he would work very hard to control his impulses.
"He made a lot of promises. And now those promises are broken, less than a month later."
They went on: "For such a powerful woman, she feels very powerless, and she hates it."