Singer engages in nasty exchange over his relationship with Rihanna.
After engaging last night in a vulgar back-and-forth with a female comedian on Twitter, Chris Brown has deleted his Twitter account entirely. The controversy-courting pop star fled the social network after hurling a series of extremely graphic and off-color sexual insults at Houston-based comedian Jenny Johnson, who started the exchange with her own shot at Breezy's character.
Sunday afternoon, Brown took to Twitter complaining about how he believes he's aged.
"I look old as f---! I'm only 23," he wrote.
Johnson, who follows Brown and has made something of a habit of criticizing him ever since his 2009 conviction for aggravated assault against Rihanna, took the momentary display of vulnerability as an opportunity to hit him with a verbal gut punch.
"I know! Being a worthless piece of s--t can really age a person," she wrote.
Brown, who has never been known for his self control, took the bait, leveling a stunning rejoinder at the comedian.
"Take them teeth out when u Sucking my d--- HOE," he wrote.
Johnson, whom Rolling Stone has called one of "The 25 Funniest People on Twitter," took issue not with the content of Brown's remark, but with his misuse of a homophone.
"It's 'H-' not 'HOE' you ignorant f--k," she tweeted.
The exchange didn't stop there. Breezy continued the quarrel by doubling down on indecent imagery.
"I should fart while ur giving me top," he wrote. To which Johnson replied: "Your mom must be so proud of you."
Brown, who has a close relationship with mother Joyce Hawkins, later claimed to have consulted his mom, firing back with another suggestion of crude bodily debasement.
"Mom says hello ... she told me not to shart in ur mouth, wanted me to s--t right on your retina," he wrote.
Deviating from the put-down contest, momentarily, Brown at one point seemed to acknowledge the source of Johnson's (and presumably others') anger.
"Just ask Rihanna if she mad??????" he tweeted.
Winding down her role in the spat, Johnson highlighted Brown's unusual fixation.
"Okay. I'm done. All I got from that exchange with Chris Brown is that he wants to s--t and fart on me," she wrote, later adding "I have zero respect for a person who seems unapologetic for the terrible crime he committed and shows no signs of changing."
Brown, too, was apparently unhappy with the exchange and later deleted his account. He took a similar step in 2009 after going on a Twitter rant against retailers for their alleged unwillingness to carry his album. This morning, Jenny Johnson revealed she has been receiving death threats from angered Brown fans.
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