The Leeds owner has been responding to another anti-Cellino message from fans.
Indeed, an advert was posted up outside Leeds' stadium on Thursday with a clear message to the Italian.
Several of his quotes were cited - quotes bearing promises that are yet to be fulfilled - and Cellino urged to sell up.
And the United owner reportedly replied to a journalist with a text saying 'I agree !!!'
The response, however, should really surprise Leeds fans - because the club are said to have taken legal action against the advertisement.
Leeds United have taken legal action over the advert outside Elland Road calling for the chairman Massimo Cellino to sell the club. #lufc— West Yorkshire Sport (@WYSdaily) February 11, 2016
Leeds host Middlesbrough on Monday night live on Sky Sports and there will no doubt be more scrutiny on Cellino when the match is broadcast.
Those supporters who are against the Italian are often far more vocal when there is extra publicity.
The owner, though, appears unfazed whatever happens...
Massimo Cellino's response by text when I asked him to comment on the poster calling for him to go: "I agree !!!!" pic.twitter.com/sRDPAeXCcx— Adam Pope (@APOPEY) February 11, 2016
I did respond saying it's not quite as simple as that. Cellino I understand is in Italy at present. Maybe he's joking again.— Adam Pope (@APOPEY) February 11, 2016