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Chris Brown Deletes Twitter Account After Nasty Exchange

Singer responds to critic with vulgar, sexual insults

November 26, 2012 8:20 AM ET
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Chris Brown attends the American Music Awards in Los Angeles.
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Chris Brown has deleted his Twitter account again, E! Online reports, this time after a nasty exchange yesterday with comedy writer Jenny Johnson.

The back-and-forth began when Brown tweeted, "I look old as fuck! I'm only 23 . . .," and Johnson replied, "I know! Being a worthless piece of shit can really age a person." Johnson has been a persistent critic of Brown's on Twitter since he was arrested in February 2009 for assaulting then-girlfriend Rihanna and, in Johnson's view, not showing remorse. 

This time, Brown responded, tweeting vulgar insults that included calling Johnson a "hoe" and suggesting she perform oral sex on him. Johnson corrected his spelling during their exchange, and tweeted a link to a story about Brown's 2009 arrest.

According to Celebrity Tweet, Brown signed off after posting, "To teambreezy . . . Know that I'm not upset. Just felt like entertaining the ignorance. These bitches crazy . . . Further proved my point of how immature society is. #CarpeDiem."

Johnson's final tweet on the subject read, "According to Team Breezy, if you have a difference of opinion with someone, 'eating a dick' is the cure for any and all problems. #Knowledge."

Brown previously shut down his Twitter account in December 2009 after ranting about retailers he thought had refused to carry his album, Graffiti.

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