Let X be a compact metric space, f a continuous transformation on X, and Y a vector space with linear compatible metric. Denote by M(X) the collection of all the probability measures on X. For a positive integer n, define the nth empirical measure $L_{n}:X\mapsto M(X)$ as
\[
L_{n}x=\frac{1}{n}\sum _{k=0}^{n-1}\delta_{f^{k}x},
\]
where $\delta_{x}$ denotes the Dirac measure at x. Suppose $\Xi:M(X)\mapsto Y$ is continuous and affine with respect to the weak topology on M(X). We think of the composite
\[
\Xi\circ L_{n}:X \xrightarrow{L_n} M(X)\xrightarrow{\Xi} Y
\]
as a continuous and affine deformation of the empirical measure Ln. The set of divergence points of such a deformation is defined as
\[
D(f,\Xi)=\{x\in X\mid \mbox{the limit of }\Xi L_n x \mbox{ does not exist}\}.
\]
In this paper we show that for a continuous transformation satisfying the specification property, if $\Xi(M(X))$ is a singleton, then set of divergence points is empty, i.e. <formula form="inline" disc="math" id="ffm008"><formtex notation="AMSTeX">$D(f,\Xi)=\emptyset$, and if $\Xi(M(X))$ is not a singleton, then the set of divergence points has full topological entropy, i.e.
\[
h_{\rm top}(D(f,\Xi))=h_{\rm top}(f).
\]