Chris Brown is no longer on Twitter; the singer deleted his account Sunday after a “vulgar” dialogue with comedy writer Jenny Johnson.
Johnson is no stranger to criticizing Brown for his 2009 arrest for beating his ex-girlfriend Rihanna. According to the Huffington Post, one of her most popular tweets, which states, "Call me old fashioned, but Chris Brown should be in prison," was retweeted 1,869 times on the social media site.
However, it was her Twitter commentary Sunday afternoon that caught Brown’s attention and elicited a heated and sexually explicit response.
"I know! Being a worthless piece of shit can really age a person. RT @chrisbrown: I look old as fuck! I'm only 23..." Johnson tweeted.
To which Brown responded, “@JennyJohnsonHi5: I know! Being a worthless piece of shit can really age a person. : take them teeth out when u Sucking my dick HOE.”
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The exchange went on for several tweets, which included the correcting of grammar and other overtly sexual comments, but eventually came to a stalemate.
"Okay. I'm done. All I got from that exchange with Chris Brown is that he wants to s--- and fart on me ... I have zero respect for a person who seems unapologetic for the terrible crime he committed and shows no signs of changing," Johnson tweeted.
Brown finalized his end of the conversation by tweeting: "Don't run for support now ... Lol. Ur a comedic writer!!! If u can take a dick, u can take a joke," then adding the cryptic comment, "Just ask Rihanna if she mad??????"
The Internet had been abuzz over the weekend after news surfaced that Brown and Rihanna spent the Thanksgiving holiday together, culminating with Rihanna uploading a photo of a shirtless Brown lying on her bed.
Shortly following the Twitter war with Johnson, Brown’s Twitter went offline. The singer is known for having 11.6 million followers on the social media site.
He previously shut down his Twitter, @mechanicaldummy, in 2009 after several retailers, including Walmart, refused to carry his album "Graffiti," according to MTV.
He also fired back at Twitter criticism earlier this year after his performance at the Grammys but deleted his posts that time, instead of his account.