Glover, along with his brother Stephen Glover, were supposed to helm the project for FXX, a sister channel to FX, but the show dissolved due to "creative differences," the network said Saturday.
The Glover brothers were attached to the series since last May, set for a 10-episode order.
There was also speculation that Glover's busy schedule — he's currently involved in the Star Wars Hans Solo spinoff and the live-action version of The Lion King, in addition to Atlanta — may have played a part in Deadpool not moving forward.
But Glover, who often deletes tweets soon after sending them out into the interwebs, wrote on Wednesday, "For the record: I wasn't too busy to work on Deadpool."
He then proceeded to tweet 15 pages of a script (which we've embedded for you below).
Some have speculated that the gesture was a dig at the powers that be — i.e. Marvel Television, FXX — and being true to Glover's unique writing style, the script had some bits that did feel a little side-eye-worthy. 👀 👀 👀 👀 👀
"You know, I'm not really mad about this whole 'cancelled' thing," Deadpool says at one point in the script. "I actually think it's a good thing. I mean, is it even a good time to have a violent, gun-loving white man ranting on TV (hard sell) other than the president!"
At another point, Deadpool says, "Doesn't Marvel have enough feel-good minority shows everyone supports but doesn't watch? I mean, I think our show woulda been funny."
"I just wanted a place to be honest. (tearing up) And I guess that place is Freeform."
Reps for Glover, FX, and FXX didn't immediately respond to requests for comment.