After a heated exchange with comedy writer Jenny Johnson, Chris Brown has deleted his Twitter account for the second time since 2009. Johnson has since received death threats from Brown's angry fans.
Another day, another Chris Brown controversy. The singer has deleted his Twitter account -- again -- on the heels of a heated exchange with comedy writer Jenny Johnson. Brown's final tweet on the matter was posted Sunday.
Like clockwork Brown's army of fans (Team Breezy) has sprung into action, showering Johnson with a tornado of insults including death threats.
"It's alarming how many death threats I'm receiving via @ replies," she wrote Monday morning. "I encourage everyone, including @Twitter to look through them. Not cool."
Celebrity Tweet has compiled the past month's worth of tweets from Brown, who reportedly had 11.6 million followers. The final few read: "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 Catch me in traffic..."
According to Huffington Post, Johnson has mocked Brown on Twitter since his 2009 arrest. Her tweet "Call me old fashioned, but Chris Brown should be in prison" has been retweeted more than 1,800 times.
Brown previously deleted his Twitter account in 2009 -- he was then using the handle @ MechanicalDummy -- after going on a rant against Walmart and other major retailers, who he claimed had refused to carry his album Graffiti (Walmart, in fact, did carry the disc).
Brown's latest Twitter-related controversy comes just a few weeks after he tweeted out a photo of himself dressed as a terrorist for Halloween, which many people called racist.
He also cursed out his critics on Twitter after the Grammys earlier this year before deleting those tweets.
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