Chris Brown is in embroiled in another Twitter feud, and this might be his worst yet. The singer has deleted his Twitter account after a series of vulgar tweets aimed at comedy writer Jenny Johnson. After Jenny poked the bear with a tweet that made fun of the 23-year-old star, Chris retaliated with a barrage of tweets that graphically described what he would do to her. Twitter eventually deactivated the account, and Chris later removed it. Not surprisingly, many of his fans have picked up the mantle and continued to insult Jenny. While this might be the worst example yet, it's not the first time that Chris has been involved in a war over Twitter. Here is a look back at some of his notable battles.
Earlier this year, Chris got into it with the charming country singer after she posted about the love that Chris received at the Grammy Awards. "And Chris Brown Twice? I don't get it. He beat on a girl…Not cool that we act like that didn't happen," read Miranda's tweet. Chris didn't waste any time, replying with "Hate all you want because I got a grammy now! That's the ultimate f*** off." He later removed that tweet, but the battle continued for a couple of days before fizzling out.
It's not just women that feel Chris's wrath on Twitter. Wrestling superstar CM Punk was also on the receiving end of a hostile tweet from the R&B star. Punk started things by saying that he wanted to "curb stomp" Brown at an upcoming wrestling event. However, Chris upped the ante when he responded with "@CMpunk needs more followers. Such a leader! Not to mention the roids hes on has made it utterly impossible for him pleasure a women." Like many of his vulgar tweets, this one was removed. After a few more posts from Chris, the feud came to an end.
The rap group Odd Future
Chris found himself in a Twitter feud with the promising rap group Odd Future in 2011. After Odd Future members made a number of comments about the infamous domestic abuse case involving Rihanna, Chris posted a vague comment about bleak music. Odd Future took it personally, and posted a series of tweets that blatantly called out the singer. Though he made some jabs at the group's lack of fame, Chris took the high road compared to his rivals. Of course, that didn't stop him from accusing them of merely trying to generate more followers.
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