Robert Pattinson can`t handle criticism over music

London: `Twilight` actor Robert Pattinson says he has given up his dreams of becoming a pop star as he fears of criticism from music experts.

The 25-year-old`s songs appeared on the first `Twilight` album and he also contributed three tunes to the soundtrack for the film `How to Be`. The actor insists there are no plans to head into the recording studio anytime soon, reported Contactmusic.

"Doing movies, I can handle the criticism because you can always blame somebody else. There are hundreds of people to blame. But, with music, as soon as you`re putting something out there you`re basically only putting an album out there for people to judge it.

"I don`t necessarily want people to judge it. Also I know if I had an album out, the day it comes out I`m gonna be on the internet looking at stuff (comments) and I`ll probably shoot myself. So I don`t know if it`s worth shooting myself over," Pattinson said.


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