Someone should have told James Arthur that Twitter is for big boys.

The X Factor winner dramatically left the social networking site last night, after his diss track for Micky Worthless led to people calling him homophobic. The 25-year-old said he would be leaving his tweets to his management, in other words a 45-year-old man in an expensive suit.

James called Micky Worthless a f*cking queer in a track he uploaded onto Soundcloud on Friday.

And the track didn’t go unnoticed, as not only did some of his own fans turn against him, but Little Britain Comedian Matt Lucas and former X Factor star Lucy Spraggan criticised James.

James’ diss track has since been removed, probably on the orders of Mr Simon Cowell, and he issued an apology on his Twitter page yesterday afternoon. A really long apology.

Micky Worthless on the other hand, has not apologised, has thousands of new fans, and a whole lot of publicity. So yeah, I know who I’d rather be right now.

James will release his new single Recovery on 15 December, lets hope his fans can forgive him and go out and buy it.