The Weeknd is speaking out after an ill-timed tweet.

On Wednesday evening, the Canadian singer took to the social media platform to tweet, “LET’S GOOOOOOO.”

While he didn’t share what the tweet was in reference to, it came around the same time Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered the invasion of Ukraine by the Russian Armed Forces.

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After facing backlash, The Weeknd returned to Twitter to clarify he wasn’t aware the invasion had started.

“Unfortunately i’m just now seeing what’s happening with the conflict and will pause on tomorrow’s announcement. I pray for everyone’s safety,” he said.

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The Weeknd recently released his album Dawn FM and has a music special premiering on Prime Video on Feb. 26.

A number of celebs have condemned the Russian attacks and shown their support for the people of Ukraine including Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Angelina Jolie and Maksim Chmerkovskiy.