Jose Canseco lost his verified status on Twitter over the weekend, and now the former baseball star wants an explanation as to why he no longer boasts a blue checkmark on the social media platform.

@twitter @verified Twitter unverified me . Whyyyy

— Jose Canseco (@JoseCanseco) March 27, 2016

It doesn't help that Twitter users trolled Canseco about losing his elite status on Twitter by bringing up his past steroid use and his reputation as a cheater.

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@JoseCanseco @twitter @verified They started PED testing

— Evan Butler (@EButler4) March 27, 2016

@JoseCanseco @twitter @verified Everyone knows Jose Canseco is fake now what's the point

— Brandon #GoBucks (@fierybuckeye) March 27, 2016

.@JoseCanseco because you're one of the biggest cheaters to ever play baseball

— Kyle Pane (@PANEcakes_) March 27, 2016

Canseco uses his Twitter account to discuss everything from politics to history to sports and animals. It is unclear why he lost his verified status.

Our dog shot by @IMAGEZZ everyone meet and follow @ChloeCanseco pic.twitter.com/xZh3oMpHSm

— Jose Canseco (@JoseCanseco) March 13, 2016

Hug for u Jeb! Goodbye

— Jose Canseco (@JoseCanseco) February 21, 2016

The Supreme Court needs a strong cuban-american justice @POTUS

— Jose Canseco (@JoseCanseco) February 13, 2016

Canseco has become most famous after the end of his baseball career by writing about the widespread use of steroids in the MLB. Canseco, an admitted steroid user, claimed up to 85 percent of baseball players used steroids and accused players such as Mark McGwire, Rafael Palmeiro, Jason Giambi and Alex Rodriguez of using performance-enhancing drugs.