Possible New Ninth Planet in Solar System Opens Old Wounds for Outcast Pluto

PHOTO:Pluto, left, is seen in this image, taken aboard NASAs New Horizons spacecraft, July 13, 2015.Right, Scientists reported they finally have "good evidence" for Planet X, a ninth planet, seen in this artist rendering. PlayGetty Images| AP Images
WATCH New Evidence Could Signal a 9th Planet

News that a giant, ninth planet likely exists at the edge of our solar system is opening old wounds for Pluto fans who are still a bit miffed that it was stripped of its title as a planet nearly a decade ago.

Pluto, which was demoted to a "dwarf planet" in 2006, wasn't shy about venting its frustration by proxy through its fans over the new discovery. The ousted planet took to Twitter to vent just hours after scientists announced "strong evidence" of an existing "Planet Nine" on Wednesday.

"BUT THERE ALREADY IS A 9TH PLANET, ME!!!" @PlutoThePlanet wrote. The sad "dwarf planet" even added a crying emoji.

Outcast Pluto has other reasons to be jealous of the newly announced possible planet.

"Planet Nine" is a giant -- with a mass about 10 times that of Earth, according to Caltech researchers.

Other users on social media put themselves in Pluto's feet, resulting in some pretty hilarious tweets: