Chris Brown's latest fight with comedian Jenny Johnson has caused him to leave Twitter!
Of course, Breezy is no stranger to beef. The troubled performer got into a vicious online feud with the comic after he tweeted, "I look old as f*ck! I'm only 23." Johnson tweeted back, "I know! Being a worthless piece of sh*t can really age a person" and the battle was on. Apparently, Jenny is not a fan of the singer who was charged with two felonies for the assualt on his on-again, off-again girlfriend Rihanna in 2009.
A year ago, JJ penned a scathing article called, "An Open Letter to Kim Kardashian and Chris Brown." At the time she wrote, "As time passes by, we see the real Chris Brown - a guy full of rage and prone to violent outbursts." This was a few months after Chris allegedly hurled a chair and stormed out shirtless after a challenging "Good Morning America" interview with Robin Roberts.
The "Carpe Diem" singer had 11.6 million followers at the time of the Twitter fight. However, Johnson is no slouch for a civilian. She currently has 322,877 followers (and counting) on the social network. After a slew of expletive filled tweets in which CB repeatedly referenced the comic fellating him, the song and dance man deleted his Twitter account.
This latest incident caps off a roller coaster of a year where Chris B. made his already tarnished reputation worse. Meanwhile, Team Breezy has come to his defense, threatening Johnson with death threats. As she tweeted during the onslaught, his "mother must be so proud." Chris tweeted ominously, "Just ask Rihanna if she mad."
Let's look back at the year in Chris Brown-ness.
The Drake Beef
This summer Breezy and arch nemesis Drake's entourages came to blows in New York City. The Soho nightclub brawl allegedly left NBA star Tony Parker with shards of glass in his eye. Although Chris and Drake were supposedly not the actual fighters, the melee reportedly started over Drake's comments about Rihanna.
The Controversial Tattoo
Brown and body art go hand in hand. When RiRi tweeted a photo of a shirtless guy on a bed, fans recognized Chris by his tattoos. One tat that critics disliked is a recent neck piece that resembles a battered woman's face. While the Michael Jackson protegee insists that the tattoo is not Rihanna, the artwork bears a strong resemblance to police photos of her battered face.
The Halloween Costume
Brown managed to offend people yet again with his Halloween costume this year. The singer dressed up as a "terrorist" complete with a fake gun. The media questioned whether the costume of a faux turban, assault rifle and beard was racist.
The fight with the comedienne resulted in the second Twitter deletion for @ChrisBrown. He previously shut down an account called @MechanicalDummy.
What do you think? Will 2013 bring a better Brown? Sound off!
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