Chris Brown deletes Twitter account, again, after nasty feud with female comedian


It was nearly three years ago, right around this time, that Chris Brown deleted his Twitter account after bitching about stores refusing to carry his new CD. He wrote at the time, out of frustration at his then-floundering career, that “the industry can kiss my ass.” That they eventually did, making him into a hit act again despite his well documented past as a violent abuser, constant complainer and temper-tantrum throwing bitch.

In the latest news about Brown behaving badly, he got into a really asinine argument with a female comedian named Jenny Johnson on Twitter. Brown responded to Johnson’s tweet calling him a “worthless piece of sh*t” by countering that she was a “hoe” [sic] and telling her to “Take them teeth out when u Sucking my d—” When Johnson responded by pointing out Brown’s spelling error, he really let loose and eventually went off about how he was going to take a crap in her eye or something. How do people even come up with this sh*t? It was disgusting and just more confirmation that Johnson’s original tweet was spot on – Brown is a worthless piece of sh*t.

Anyway after all that, Brown deleted his Twitter account. You can still see retweets of his idiotic responses to Johnson. Here’s a good recap of what happened, thanks to MTV:

The feud started after Brown tweeted a photo of himself with the caption, “I look old as f—! I’m only 23.” Johnson, who has been taking comedic pot shots at Brown online for several years since the singer plead guilty to felony assault on ex- (and perhaps current again) girlfriend Rihanna, responded with the comment, “I know! Being a worthless piece of s— can really age a person.” Brown shot back with, “Take them teeth out when u Sucking my d— HOE,” with Johnson tweaking the singer’s typo by writing, “It’s ‘HO’ not ‘HOE’ you ignorant f—.” From there, the conversation devolved in, literal, potty humor, with Brown making a crude oral sex joke and Johnson taking a shot at Breezy’s mother by saying, “Your mom must be so proud of you.”

Brown took the bait, responding, “Mom says hello … she told me not to shart in ur mouth, wanted me to s— right on your retina.”

At one point, Johnson included a link to an MTV News story
 from March 6, 2009 featuring the graphic details of Brown’s assault on Rihanna on February 8, 2009.

Johnson — who reportedly once retweeted the comment “Call me old fashioned, but Chris Brown should be in prison” — ended the exchange with, “YOU FLIRT!” with Brown getting a final shot in by typing, “Let me leave this bitch alone … it’s good to know my worth by listening to a bitch that is worthless! #win #bushpigswag.”

The comedian wrapped up her comments by writing, “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.”

A spokesperson for Brown could not be reached for comment at press time.

Though Brown’s Twitter account has since been wiped out, the singer did post a few more comments before signing off. “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??????”

[From MTV]

I guess the truth hurts. Did Rihanna and Chris get into a spat this weekend after their public love fest in Europe and is that why he’s lashing out on Twitter? I’m honestly worried about her. I get the impression that she’s drawn to this creep and thinks she can change him, but that doesn’t seem to be the case at all. Look at how he’s acting. I just hope she gets out before it’s too late this time.

Also, how long is Chris going to stay off Twitter? I can’t figure out how long it took him to sign back on last time, but within a year of his last Twitter hiatus he was back on spewing homophobic hate against a molestation victim.

These photos are all from November. Credit: WENN.com

 

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  1. Kloops says:

    Jenny Johnson is the best. Love her. She has balls and heart.

  2. goodquestion says:

    I don’t worry about her. I really doubt he would lay a hand on her now. I worry about her being an idiot, but not unsafe.

    • Jules says:

      It’s only a matter of time before he pummels her again.

    • Miffy says:

      It’s only a matter of time. As a therapist, you can ‘cure’ (for want of a better word) a paedophile before you can ‘cure’ a perpetrator of domestic violence.
      Only 2% of violent relationships overcome the violence and go on to be a healthy, loving couple…. Rihanna and Chris Brown strike me as neither loving nor healthy nor realistic enough to make a credible attempt at helping themselves and each other.
      He will attack her again, why wouldn’t he? He got away with it, he got a slap on the wrist and his record sales faltered a bit but he got away with it and she’s validating his abuse by taking him back.
      I don’t understand his fans at all.

      • mirror mirror says:

        I also really really really doubt we will ever hear about him beating her up again. Not because it wont happen. But because Rihanna has painted herself into a corner. She has been tooo defiant, rude and dismissive about this whole thing. Reporting him would take a considerable capacity for humility, something I doubt Mehanna has within her. I bet she would rather die (literally) than make another attack public.

      • Shannon says:

        I don’t think she can decide on the publicity of a future attack. It was Chris who lost it on her in the car on her and made her get out so everyone could see what he did to her. Not the brightest bulb. I don’t think Rihanna had much to do with the fallout either. Someone else leaked the photos of her injuries, and people witnessed the car thing and recognized them both. If anything, Rihanna never wanted anyone to find out what was going on in their relationship, based on her attitude about this since it happened. Now that it’s out there, it keeps them relevant and they’re milking it while they can. Most people find that totally weird but it’s hard to know what it would be like to simultaneously be a prominent celebrity and a victim of domestic violence (and the continued mental issues that stem from it). She doesn’t come from a family with a healthy relationship model and neither does Chris Brown, so for them violence is likely not considered to be that out of the ordinary. Not that it excuses anything, but it helps us to understand why this keeps dragging on when it’s obvious to all outside parties how messed up they are together. The problem isn’t just that Chris Brown is a violent asshole who throws temper tantrums. It’s also that Rihanna was raised in an environment where she was taught that people who love each other hurt each other. The visceral public reaction to their relationship has just made them feel closer, because it’s them against the world in their eyes.

        I often wonder if ignoring them would be more helpful to getting them to separate.

    • andrea says:

      No, he’s stupid enough to do it again, if he hasn’t already, but not quite as rough. I don’t know if people realize that the reason Rihanna’s so drawn to him is that she’s so much more like him than they think.

      A few years ago, my city was one of her tour stops. I did some work with the local end of the production. There was a request put in for extra security for her–not to protect her, but to protect people FROM her in case she got out of control. Seriously, it was that big a concern.

      If she doesn’t get herself away from that psychopath loser, the two of them are going to make Ike and Tina look like the Bradys.

  3. Tiffany27 says:

    He is psychotic. I’m serious. It’s only a matter of time before he kills someone.

  4. Amelia says:

    Who the hell let him back into the industry o begin with?
    I just – I’m baffled.

  5. Ms Kay says:

    Thank God his publicists finally figured out his password. It must have been a relief to take that one down… Now… Onto Instagram and Facebook and then call the mental institution, you are almost there guys, may the Star Wars force be with you!! *raise lightsaber*

    Jenny Johnson is hilarious!!

  6. marie says:

    he is such a POS puss.. he can dish it out but he sure as hell can’t take it.

  7. QQ says:

    I think i need to Tweetfriend this lady and Offer her a ring to Gaymarry or something, Im pretty sure that this is what’s being requested out of me right now

    I look forward to the day this twatwaffle finally fks with the wrong person where his mom P.R and Mark Geragos cant fix it anymore and he can be where he belongs

  8. lisa2 says:

    So the Jenny Johnson woman called him a piece of sh*t repeatedly and he responds to her attacks on him and he is the bad person because he is Chris Brown. Looking at her tweets she has been talking about him for a long time and he never responded back until today. I know Chris is the poster boy for Domestic abuse; it is as if no one ever did this before him. I’m in no way supporting his attack on RiRi but man this is getting completely out of hand. Chris is an ass and that is a fact. He is a young ass. But all the attacks on him are a bit I won’t say but really it has just taken on a life of it’s own. I could name several other celebs or sports figures that have done the same and you don’t see that kind of hate directed towards them, and many of them are repeat offenders.

    I don’t get why Ms. Johnson is so obsessed with Chris. I get you don’t like him, but why are you talking about him so much on twitter and then not expect to get some of it thrown back at you. Does it matter because she is a woman? Being a comedian does no give you a free pass on trash talk. Sometimes the person you target will bring it to you hard.

    both of them are wrong and they both should be ashamed.

    • Ms Kay says:

      Best way to ignore attacks is to ignore them.

      He chose not to.

      It doesn’t matter that she is a woman but clearly he took that into account and went all the way down with misogynistic “graphic” replies.

      He could have told her “Please step aside, I don’t have time for comic relief here!” and moved on.. But alas his temper got the best of him.

      Johnson is still nice compared to comedian Frankie Boyle, Scottish dude here in the UK, the man his humour can be totally despicable at times…

    • V4Real says:

      Spot on comment Lisa2. Let me just say that Chris is an egotistical young man with deep rooted issues. He lost most of his clout with me after the abuse scandal and proving what a douche he really is. But that still doesn’t take away the fact that he is a talented young man and his music is still relevant.

      That being said; I expect him to behave that way if someone is constantly using him to get laughs. It was said that this comedian Jenny Johnson (who I never heard of until now and I’m sure most people on this site hasn’t heard of either) has been using him as her punchline for several years now. This is the only time that has been reported of him firing back. Yes the language was a bit vulgar but I’m sure we have all used a potty mouth at some point when someone has pissed us off, maybe not to that extent.

      I understand that comedians go after celebrities to get a laugh but most of them don’t harbor on one person for so long. She’s either obsessed with Chris or she just don’t have any more material to use in her routine. Even Donald Trump and Rosie O’donell let their feud go after awhile.

      People are saying Chris should have ignored the attacks; well he did for three years. Chris is an ass but this comedian hands are not clean either. Maybe she got exactly what she wanted recognition; now many more people know who she is and they are probably googling her right now.

      • videli says:

        He’s not that young anymore. And most young men with deep rooted issues don’t go around half-killing their girlfriends. His messages were not a little bit vulgar, but extremely vulgar. A poster above mentioned that other famous men are abusers, but without Brown’s opprobrium. That doesn’t mean he deserves it less.

      • V4Real says:

        I am in no way shape or form condonning what Chris Brown did to Rihanna; it disgust me. I’m not talking about the abuse; I’m commenting on the comedian and why Chris probably fired back at her. The deep rooted issues I was referring to is Chris growing up in an abusive household. Most men who grew up in an abusive environments tend to become abusers themselves; especially young black urban men who had no real role models to look up to. And unfortunately a lot of them in this situation do almost end up killing their GF/spouse. Sadly Rihanna chose to get close to him again so that makes her almost as sick as him.

        At the age of 23 he is still a young man. But my point was not to defend Chris about the abuse, it was to say that the comedian should have expected a man that she repeatedly called a POS to fire back. JJ struck first. The language was harsh and it pains me to hear young men (not only Chris) speak to the opposite sex in that manner but hey isn’t that what you would expect from a POS.

      • claire says:

        I don’t know what reports you’re reading, but I’ve read several that have said they’ve had back-and-forths before.
        Anyway, that’s not really important. What is important is that he is offensive 24/7. To women, to gay people, to different cultures. Why shouldn’t he be called out on it? Do you see how he talks? How disgusting he acts? Not to mention how gross his Team Breezy followers are – men and women alike, tweeting the most disgusting, derogatory things to people in honor of their “hero” Chris Brown. He’s a horrible role model, and I’ve no problem with someone telling him so. Heck, with as much crap as he spews, a little bit of counter-feedback doesn’t even come close to balancing things out and letting him know how wrongful he is in how he talks about women, etc., on that account.

      • V4Real says:

        @Clair, Don’t get it wrong, I am not saying what Chris said is acceptable; I’m just saying what do we expect him to do if someone keeps publicly using him as ammo to get laughs. I am not Team Chris at all but I like to look at both sides of the coin instead of just jumping on the one that’s suitable for me.

        Even if they had been going back and forth, JJ was the one who initiated it. I’m sure Chris had probably never heard of this woman until she went after him. Chris will forever be known as an abuser; he made that bed now he has to sleep in it. But let’s not pretend this comedian was going after Chris just because she is so appauled at what he has done, she’s also trying to gain laughs and a stage for herself.

      • Whatyoutalkingabout? says:

        Chris Brown’s “music” is “relevant”? To whom? Not to me. Chris Brown is decidedly average. He is a dime a dozen. A manufactured douche who sucked the right dicks to get where he is, and they are now protecting him. Go away Chris Brown. Back to obscurity where you belong. Hollywood would need a tidal wave to wash away the filth and garbage that goes on.

    • Kate (newer one) says:

      I’m proud of her. He beat a woman to a pulp, wasn’t properly punished, has always been outraged by any suggestion that he did anything wrong and didn’t suffer any long term career problems from it. Good for her for trying to make it known that most normal human beings think that is a disgusting state of affairs. It shouldn’t be forgotten about and he deserves all he gets.

      I’m also glad this happened because it highlighted, yet again, exactly what he is. Which is precisely the worthless POS she claimed at the start.

      Rihanna needs to have a chat with Katie Holmes. And yes, the latter was a cult and not a spousal abuse situation, but I suspect the psychological mechanisms for staying in that mess of a situation are not dissimilar.

    • katherine k says:

      It’s obscene that this PoS is raking in millions after we’ve all seen RiRi’s bloody and swollen face. Chris is the butt of her (and other’s) jokes because he so richly deserves it – the chair throwing, the whiny tweets, the racism, the way he casts HIMSELF as the victim, the tattoo of the mutilated woman… it goes on and on. How can he NOT expect to be fodder for comedians?

      • lisa2 says:

        Look some of you may have never been around young adults. A great majority of them talk this way. Heck take a look at this site and read the comments about celebs mostly women when they are not liked. Is it different because the nasty slurs are coming from women about other women. I think some people here need to step back. I don’t defend Chris on his past nor his present. I just think there is a bias and it is very obvious to me. I find what he did to Rihanna offensive as a woman/ human being, but I’m still able to step back and note when I see something that is off.

        Jenny Johnson has her name in the press. Something she would not have had if it was not Chris Brown. We see twitter fights all the time. And some of the things said back/forth are just nasty. My point if there had not been a Rihanna past what would the comments be then.

      • Jaded says:

        @Lisa2 – no, a great majority of young people DON’T talk that way. Most of the young people I deal with are well spoken. Chris Brown and his ilk are in the minority of vicious, misogynistic, violent thugs who glorify a scatological way of putting down people, esp. to demean women who have the NERVE to say anything negative or derogatory about them even though it’s well deserved.

        He is a pox on society and Rihanna is fast becoming the female version of him. This is not going to end well for either of them.

      • Pippa says:

        Lisa 2, I’m younger than Chris Brown (19) and yeah guys my age can get a bit vulgar but nothing like this POS. Most of them know there’s a line, they’re not trying to cross it and if they did I wouldn’t hesitate to call them out, which is what we’re doing here. It’s nothing to do with his age, it’s to do with who he is. His horrific, warped views on women aren’t excused by ‘hes’s young’ and I doubt they’re gonna change as he gets any older.

      • flan says:

        Lisa2: Where have you seen anyone on this site say something like: “Mom says hello … she told me not to shart in ur mouth, wanted me to s— right on your retina”

        And most people think that anyone above 20 writing stuff like that, is an idiot. Even the not famous ones.

      • jaye says:

        @Lisa2…I’m around people his age all day long and yes sometimes the humor is a bit crude, but not to the degree that Brown responded to this woman. If he had any level of maturity, he’d have just ignored her jabs at him. In responding, he just proved her point.

    • Krock says:

      Perhaps if he showed one iota of remorse, but he hasn’t. Period.

    • mirror mirror says:

      Honestly Lisa2, I have very little problem with him responding to her. I think its a waste of time for famous people to attempt to take down critics because its so counter-productive but then I have very little issue with that.

      My problem is in the nature of his reaction. It was so heavily tinged with sexual violence. What kind of a man wants to defecate into a womans eye then fart in her mouth? Also, he could have called her any number of names but he automatically resorts to very misogynistic language. He could have called her a shyte comic (which she clearly is) or a shyte for brains but no, for him it always comes down to “ho and bitch”.

      • V4Real says:

        mirror I get what you are saying but for Black males like Chris it isn’t always so cookie cutter in their world. I lived in an urban area of NYC and because of my job I am now still around a lot of young Black males. That’s the way they talk, that’s the way they vent. They are not going to use the language that you said Chris should have used. That’s not how they talk. It doesn’t make it right but that’s their language. We may hold Chris to a higher standard because he’s a celebrity but trust me Chris learned this from his environment. That shyte for brains might work for Justin Bieber but not for Chris.

      • mirror mirror says:

        V4Real: As a black female let me assure that this is not true. My sons do not speak this way nor does their father or step-dad. My brother who passed on afew years ago, would be repulsed to know that people think this is a young-black-thing.

        I believe what you may mean to say is that some young people, irrespective of race, use violent and misogynistic language. My contention is that when they do, we must call them out. We cant excuse it with a they-dont-know-any-better. Its up to us to show them better.

        I’m not sure I would buy that Chris Brown doesnt know better anyhow. This guy has been through anger management. He clearly reads his own press so we know he has read the myriad of articles written regarding his previous outbursts and the misogyny and violent language therein. He knows better. He just doesnt want to do better. And thats unacceptable.

      • V4Real says:

        Mirror I am also a Black woman and I didn’t say all Black males; I said Black males like Chris. There are a lot of young urban Black males that speak like that. It’s not a race thing; it’s an enviroment thing like I stated earlier. Who said or implied that Chris didn’t know better, not me. I am not defending his behavior,(foul language) I’m just explaining it.

        Just listen to rap artist like Lil Wayne, Jay Z, DMX and others, they constantly use language where they call women ho’s, sluts, bitches and invite them to their private parts. I know there are plenty of young men who don’t speak the way Chris does but there are also a lot of them that do. Chris falls into the category of the ones that chose to use vulgar language. I have Black males in my family that don’t speak that way either but a few don’t account for many. I know young men who will not say such vulgar things around me and some others but it’s a different story when we are not around.

      • Esmom says:

        I know some young white males who talk like that, too, I see it on my nephews’ FB pages (not to me but among themselves).

        It baffles and saddens me but glorification of the violence and misogyny that seems to come primarily from rap culture crosses racial lines and is apparently seen as cool. And the women seem to play right along with it. Makes me want to weep for the future.

      • mirror mirror says:

        V4Real: Glad to hear that you were not lumping this behaviour as typical of young black males. I would be more comfortable if you just put it down to socio-economic factors rather than even have raised the race issue. Theres a lot of violently racist heavy metal music out there and yet no one would suggest that young white men are violent racists. Lets be careful that we are not burdening our sons with baseless stereotypes.

        As for Chris, theres a limit to how long you can get away with claiming to be a victim of your environment. I grew up in a particularly rough part of Compton at the height of NWA. Some guys talked that shyte. others didnt. However none of us who got out, kept it up. You learn a better, healthier way to engage. And it doesnt even take special effort, people tend to adapt to their surroundings and thats what we did. Thats why I believe he is actively resisting growth/change. He knows this is wrong, he knows there are better ways to express anger, he knows he has access to psyc resources to control this anger issues and yet he persists. This guy is taunting us plain and simple. He knows he can get away with it because he has done so many many times before.

        It didnt surprise me to learn you were also black. I think some of us run to his defence because there are racial undertones in some of the criticisms leveled at him. Like you cant read the comments section without stumbling over a few of those “black thug” comments. And I get why some of us go on the defensive. But for me I feel that if we dont let the Chris Browns of this world sink, the Lupe Fiascos cant rise. While we propping up the bad seed (in the guise of protecting them from racist scum) the good seed goes unnoticed. But just like a broken clock, racist scum is right twice a day, Chris Brown has no justification, excuse or even reason to still be acting like this. Can we have some Lupe Fiasco stories now, Celebitchy?

      • Festive says:

        Yes!!! to everything Mirror Mirror said.

        Chris Brown does not represent young black guys just as Charlie Sheen, Kid Rock, Mel Gibson, Sean Connery dont represent old white guys. Because I know this I can say to Chris Brown, “sit your raggedy yellow ass down you hateful POS.” I would say his mama needs to teach him some manners but she clearly failed as a parent. I would die of shame if my kid turns out like him.

      • Vienna1 says:

        Idk what his color has to do with this. We dont have many black people here but we still have stupid people who tweet without thinking. We also have people who beat their girls and call women horrible words. Stop cheating that he does this because he is black or was raised poor. Majority of people who are poor and black defend themselves without threatening mouth rape of thier opponents. He does this because he is a bad person. Full Stop!

      • Hawk Eyes Wife says:

        @ Mirror: I absolutely love your post.

        Right now I am loving Donald Glover. A young black man who wrote for 30 Rock before he hit 22 years old. He is on two of the best shows on TV (Community & next seasons Girls), is a pretty good rapper but I can barely find articles on him. I dont even know if hes dating or single.

        Meanwhile CBs sh-t-face is everywhere.

      • V4Real says:

        @ Mirror I’m glad you’re not accusing me of looping all young Black males in with the type of behavior that Chris has displayed, because that’s not what I said at all. I said ther are some like Chris and some that are the complete opposite. Now let me explain by environmental because some people are going off script and think that I am blaming it on Chris being Black. I mention that Chris abusive nature came from what he grew up with (coming from an abusive home)and not many role models telling him what’s right or wrong. Studies and research have shown that many people tend to repeat the pattern of abuse. The second time I mention environment was when I said that’s the language he became familiar/comfortable with. He heard it from his peers as well as the music industry. I am not blaming the music industry as someone mention for Chris’s behavior, I simply said that to convey that some young men hear this type of language in those rap songs and think it’s cool. I grew up around all races and I do know that other races use this type of language as well.

        I never said Chris represent all young Black males, nor did I say Chris is the way he is because he grew up poor. Someone on this comment thread is claiming that’s what I said. As far as I know Chris came from a working class family, not a poor family. His stepfather was the abusive one.

        The only point I was trying to make was that JJ should have expected some sort of retort from Chris and that Chris chose to take the route of other young men who use this type of foul language.

        If some have never heard a young man speak this way, that’s awesome but I can’t say that I haven’t. I’ve heard young boys coming home from school say things like “suck my you know what, _low me and they’re just kidding around with their friends. That doesn’t make it right and by no means was I coming to Chris Brown’s defense. Chris needs to take responsibilty for his own actions and grow up. I just sort of explain the reason he may use this type of vulgarity and that’s simply because he thinks it’s okay and that’s the kind of language he is attracted to. It has nothing to do with stereotypes but actualities.

      • Lemonade says:

        can we not bring race into it? its such a cop out. I cant wait until the day People are just people and people who do bad things and continue to act badly are not given a pass for any cultural/racial reason. Chris Brown is the most notable celebrity abuser in the coveted young adult genre. He is my age and he disgusts me. If you try to defend responding to someone calling you an A-hole on twitter by using misogynistic threats when you already are a convicted woman beater, you deserve the negative attention. and if he REALLY learned anything from therapy/life, he would know to walk away and block it out. hell, block this jenny lady ON TWITTER where it all started and this would not have been an issue.

    • jaye says:

      The reason Brown gets so much vitriol is because, through his actions, he come across as completely remorseless for what he did to Rihanna. Yes, Rihanna forgave him, and that’s her sh*t, but HE hasn’t acted like he had any remorse at all. Yes he’s SAID he was sorry…repeatedly, but he never seemed contrite. He was just saying it to appease his fan base, not because he really understood why people were so angry. And part of that was probably the dynamic of the relationship he had/has with Rihanna in that she had probably already forgiven him and they would have been back together within hours if the story hadn’t gotten out. But HE gets so much sh*t because he was the abuser who just doesn’t seem to get how horrible what he did was.

  9. Aubra says:

    Karuche is soooo blessed right about now!!

  10. Talie says:

    Rihanna has her own issues like most women who are drawn to their abusers…she isn’t unique.

  11. Micki says:

    Twitter seems to be a kindergarten for adults.

  12. epiphany says:

    Why is it in every photo I’m looking up his nose at his flared nostrils? Does Brianna find that attractive? I don’t get it.

  13. the original bellaluna says:

    He is just such a piece of sh!t human being. And that’s being generous.

  14. Riana says:

    I don’t think Rihanna wants to change Chris at all, I think she likes him just the way he is. Gag.

    I’m a little torn on the comedy writer. Chris is a POS but I wonder what this woman’s motivation was for goading him for months. He’s still a misogynist a-hole but the woman seems shady too.

    • katherine x says:

      I think you’ve already answered your own question.

      1. Chris is a PoS
      2. Chris is a mysogynist
      3. Chris is an a-hole

      That’s reason enough for anyone to hound him for as long as they like, nothing shady about it. He beat his gf bloody and showed no remorse – he’s fair game for the rest of his worthless life. If that comedian can use him to get some press for herself, all the better. I’m all for the public humiliation of woman beaters.

      • The Other Katherine says:

        Hear, hear. The world seems to be full of people willing to forgive violent, abusive men and validate their poor widdle hurt feelings when it’s pointed out that they betrayed and injured a physically weaker person that they claimed to love.

        Anyone who doesn’t like being called out as an abusive psychopath shouldn’t act like one in the first place. Brown may not have done the time for the crime, but he’s going to have to live with the public humiliation. Sorry, dude, you can’t beat us all to shut us up.

      • flan says:

        Well said, both of you.

        He’s not even sorry for what he did, so why should anyone forgive them and feel sorry for them.

  15. bea says:

    The majority of abusers are incapable of changing their behavior. He can’t even acknowledge it without getting angry much less change it.

    Rihanna will keep at this until she either gets killed by him or almost gets killed by him.

    If she sought therapy for her low-self-esteem-and-who-knows-what-else-issues it might put an end to it before it’s too late, but I don’t see that happening.

    Glad Jenny Johnson called him out.

  16. Summer says:

    Chris has a history of violance. His family stated something like it when that riri incident happened. I would avoide such person both in real life and on twitter.

  17. Madhubala says:

    Apparently Jenny Johnson is getting death threats on twitter because of this. The Cult of Chris Brown, where he is the bullied-upon poor boy and everyone else is the villain who won’t forgive and forget is a very, very disturbing thing. The fact that it is driven almost entirely by females sickens me.

    • gg says:

      Well, this is where, if she stepped over the line and shouldn’t have, she’s now lain down with dogs and has fleas. You piss off a violent man, his violent friends will threaten you. She probably already knew this would happen. Either way, she’s ballsy.

  18. Sandy says:

    Are those coke boogers in the last pic? He is so unpleasant to look at.

  19. Kate (newer one) says:

    God, he’s vile. How anyone can rate him higher than something they scraped off their shoe, I do not know. And why he never went to jail escapes me, too.

    As for “Rihanna’s back with me, so the fact I almost killed her and never showed a scrap of remorse is just fine!” yeah, your victim being too emotionally vulnerable to see straight, and prepared to return to her abuser, is absolute evidence that what you did was just fine. Not that it was even worse, in that you picked on someone who wasn’t strong enough to value her own life and body more highly.

  20. LadyMTL says:

    While I just can’t with Chris Brown, I do agree with some of the posters who’ve pointed out that this comedienne has been digging at him for a while now. I’m not defending his actions in any way (cos I mean hello, it’s Chris Brown) but at the same time, she has been poking at him too. Neither one of them are angels, is what I’m saying.

    Okay, now that that’s out of the way, I think I need to bathe…I can’t believe that I said something to vaguely defend Chris Brown.

    • Erinn says:

      I agree. As much as I hate Chris Brown… this is kind of a stupid argument. I guess it’s okay to be a bitch as long as it’s aimed at someone people hate. And don’t get me wrong, I hate Chris Brown. He’s a disgusting excuse for a human being..

      But why stoop to his level? The more you fight with him, the more attention you’re giving him. People like that don’t care if they get good or bad attention. They just want to keep relevant, and she’s feeding into it.

    • WTF says:

      Agreed.
      Chris Brown makes me physically ill. With that said, stop it already. This is stupid, and it trivializes what could be a serious discussion about domestic violence in this country.

    • Marianne says:

      I dont think she deserves death threats though.

      And if he was such a changed man, he wouldnt bother stooping to her level.

      • mrskvall says:

        THIS! Sure, what she did was a bit on the inappropriate side, but if he was a bigger person, he could have just blocked her and moved on with his day. The fact that he engaged in her attacks proves that he is still an immature punk who will never grow up.

    • BlackMamba says:

      I have no love for CB either and I can’t believe I’m about to kinda defend him but this woman has been on him FOR YEARS and he has never responded, Rihanna actually posted a screen cap of her attacks on him over the years and it does not look good for her. I guess he just lost it after all the abuse she’s been directing towards him. CB is immature, entitled and has no remorse but this woman is/was out of line.

  21. stinkyman says:

    He proves over and over again that he has no self-control. That will be a big problem for any girlfriend when things suddenly go wrong.

  22. daily gloss says:

    He needs help badly people have to realize he is still young and has a lot of growing up to do.Jenny if she’s going after cb she needs to get on other celebrities that have done horrible things too you won’t hear her go after Charlie sheen.I don’t even like cb or his music but my thing is if you’re going to get one get them all if you’re so bold.

    • Me says:

      Yes, he needs help. But he has such a big ego and no one calls him out on his actions he will never get the treatment he needs. And saying he young, is bull. Didn’t his mother teach him respect for women.

      • Trashaddict says:

        What kind of “help” does he need? People have paid for his music and given him their money, they must have forgiven him to still buy it, they’ve given him their attention. Rihanna still seems to love him despite everything that happened. If he has half a brain how much “help” does he need to know you don’t beat the crap out of a fellow human being, male or female? Stop enabling this guy. Accepting responsibility for your actions is part of being a grownup and he shouldn’t expect any leeway from Jenny Johnson or anybody else if he can’t do that. Grow up already, little Baby Man.

    • katherine k says:

      I think it’s enough to go after one filthy, idiotic, unrepentant, woman beating sack of shyte at a time.

      This comedian doesn’t have to prove herself by taking on every a-hole under the sun. She’s doing her bit to humiliate one violent felon, which is way more than most have done.

  23. Me says:

    I don’t think that someone with such a violent temper should be “praised” for their behavior. After he attacked Rihanna and others talked crap about him they had to apologize. Just because this punk has money he can continue to act out of control. I would be so ashamed if this way my son.

  24. Angel says:

    Other countries are/have been potesting Chris Brown, but here in the US most people are honoring him. When I seen comments from young girl saying “he can beat anytime” it sicken me that they have such little respect for themselves.

  25. BeesKnees says:

    I follow Joshua Malina on Twitter and he used to throw digs at Chris Brown on and he said how honored he was that Chris Brown finally blocked him. That’s why I don’t get why Chris didn’t just block this Jenny Johnson woman! But I have to say, I just saw some screen shots of what “Team Breezy” has been tweeting to Johnson and it’s far worse than what Chris said (ex. calling her the c word, calling her a sl*t, telling her that if they see her on the street they are going to kill her, telling her to kill herself, telling her she is ugly etc etc). I think part of why people dislike Chris Brown so much is because of his fan base. Charlie Sheen and Mel Gibson are also piece of crap woman beaters but they don’t have that kind of fan base that attacks any naysayers. If Chris wants to rehab his image, he is doing a terrible job.

  26. natalina says:

    funny how she calls him worthless so he responds saying she is worthless. He is so stupid, it shows how he DOES care what people think despite the fact that he says he doesnt care. Ha ha -millionaries have feelings too

  27. natalina says:

    Ask Rihanna he says? rihanna is a dog, dogs cant talk

  28. KellyinSeattle says:

    Even at only 23, he is seriously immature. He must count his age by dog years, no offense to dogs…

  29. PrincessMe says:

    Poor Chris. He must have been provoked. Of course a man will snap if he’s provoked long enough. Poor baby… awwww.

  30. erika says:

    way too bad, she instigated it, of course it set him on fire…it’d set meon fie too if some…

    STILL….doesn’t excuse the gay boy. at least hi could have used his ‘big boy’ words and elevated the sex

  31. erika says:

    and stop posing like that! you look like a pig who’s looking up to the hand that’s feeding him grits…

    gross…gross..

  32. Cam S says:

    Guess Mr Brown can’t handle a strong woman with valid opinions. If I don’t like what people have to say on twitter, I don’t read it or I block them. Period. He could have come back with a witty reply (that requires some intelligence and self control), but he chose misogynistic banter. These tweets show his true colors of how he views women. Why not she call her crazy or tell her to stop bullying him? Nope he had to go straight for the “Suck my d*ck” line, and calling her a ho. That says it all for me. He has the mind and temper of an adolescent.

    Chris Brown should get used to negative statements from women, it will likely be happening for the rest his life. Some mistakes follow you to the grave (I learned the hard way). It’s how you choose to HANDLE those mistakes that build character and people slowly forgive and forget. Even Charlie Sheen has recognized his craziness.

  33. Jazzmatazz says:

    Way to go Jenny Johnson! Breezy had blocked pretty much everyone who taunted him – guess he forgot someone pretty big, and she broke him.

    This is totally why Eli Braden’s ‘Chris Brown is a Piece of Shit’ is the best song of 2012.

  34. mrskvall says:

    Chris Brown is such a punk bitch! I’m glad Jenny Johnson trolled him and got him to delete his Twitter. I watched it all unfold in between watching football. It was quite hilarious! Everything she said about him was 100% spot on.

  35. Jayna says:

    Not commenting on this particular incident, but overall after the beatdown and his surly behavior for the past couple of years, I don’t get her love for him. He always comes across a little dumb, zero charm, surly, on and on, albeit he is talented. I could almost get it if it was someone that no matter the bad things you hear about them they have this ability to charm their way back so that some people forgive them. He’s just a punk. Rhianna is gorgeous, sexy, rich, and has a ton of men after her I’m sure. I know she’s a little rough and tough, too, following her tweets sometimes. But I just don’t get his appeal.

    P.S. Still loving her new album, Unapologetic, even his duet with her.

  36. WendyNerd says:

    I’m convinced CB doesn’t even care anymore.

  37. Laura says:

    Hmmm if I may be a little blunt and controversial (this site is called Celebitchy)..

    Firstly, I’ve never heard of this woman other than Twitter. Her statement was clearly an effort to get a reaction out of him and that happened. It’s not like anyone would expect him to see that and respond with class, I’m sure she anticipated that. I don’t feel for her, if anything this reaction has probably increased her number of Twitter followers and she’s probably pleased. That being said, he is a foul mouthed little shit and I don’t think anyone deserves to be spoken to in such a disgusting manner.

    As for Rihanna, she’s been placed in this “victim” role because she was beaten to the point where she nearly died. I feel for anyone that has been subjected to that in a relationship, it must be completely destroying and you would expect a huge impact psychologically. My concern for her more or less ends there. Nothing about her persona or celebrity demonstrates any ounce of class, suggests she has self respect for herself and/or suggests she is any sort of a role model. Think about it. The drugs, the lyrics, the anti-feminist remarks, the parading of this new relationship out in public with a famously aggressive, wife-beating man. She’s been placed in this victim role and in your affections, she didn’t place herself there. She’s not a Jennifer Anniston or an “angst ridden” Katy Perry. If the story and pictures of her battered face didn’t come out we’d be talking about the couple collectively as classless, drug taking, trashy fools.

    Then Chris Brown.. The fact that he is enjoying success and is in a position of fame and influence now just really upsets me. I think we’re addressing a lot of anger at him and I understand it. The intelligent, respectable and mature people out there are angry that someone that did something so undeniably ugly and hideous is being defended. They are angry that people think he has “changed” and “deserves another chance” because “Rihanna forgave him”. Everything he has done since the attack with the single exception of pissing off for a couple of months in the aftermath of everything suggests nothing has changed. The attack made people think he was disrespectful, dangerous and aggressive. Since the attack he has been physically and verbally aggressive and it has been seen by the media (I wonder what has happened that has been covered up by his people), he is still foul mouthed and disrespectful, look at his he treated his last girlfriend. Has he done anything to suggest he is any way different? Taking Rihanna’s actions out of it as they are presumably her decisions – has he done anything suggesting change? Demonstrating class? Nah. I understand the anger. The most upsetting thing for me though is what this all says about the other people out there that are behind him, young girls saying he can “beat them”, the boys that buy his records and wish they were boning Rihanna too, the individuals that are now sending this Jenny woman death threats. It is because of these people that he is still a “celebrity” and in the public eye. Hopefully the same people will wise up and see sense, just a huge shame that it will probably take a few more high profile acts of blatent aggression.

  38. skuddles says:

    Nice to see so many people know this creep for who and what he is and aren’t afraid to speak their minds.

    Are those coke boogers I’m seeing in the last pic?

  39. Anon says:

    Thank you for having one of the few headlines that didn’t make it look like this was a one-sided beatdown of a random woman by Chris Brown. I hate how Ike Breezy shows his unrepentant, misogynist ass almost every time he speaks, but Jones baited him (again) and pretty much held her own in that shitstorm. He was vile and out of control, but to say that he “assaulted” a helpless woman via twitter is to minimize actual domestic assault. Here’s hoping Rihanna comes to her senses and realizes there are other fish in the sea.

  40. Ella says:

    What’s really disturbing to me is the amount of Chris Brown fans who started sending Jenny Johnson replies that were just as crude and misogynistic as the ones Chris sent her. And the majority of those fans were female! He has this “Team Breezy” following who will excuse anything he says or does, and they attack anyone who speaks out against him. I saw several women calling JJ a “slut” and saying they hoped she would die (but in much worse language than that).

    We all talk about how sad it is that Rihanna goes back to him, but I think it’s almost equally sad that so many young women aren’t the least bit bothered by him being an abuser and will viciously defend him to anyone who calls him out for what he is. What does this say about these young women’s standards and self respect (or lack thereof)?

  41. lucy2 says:

    Part of me doesn’t blame her – I think he’s the worst and deserving of every insult out there. But at the same time, she’s obviously just trying to provoke him for attention, and he’s dumb as dirt and fell for it.
    IMO, everyone should just ignore him. He sickly probably even likes all this negative attention, makes him feel like a bad ass or whatever, and lets him play the victim and feel justified in continuing to be an a-hole.

  42. Sarah says:

    Chris Brown is absolutely disgusting. I can’t believe there are people out there trying to rationally defend him. Celebrities get skewered by comedians and the media ALL THE TIME, and most of them turn a blind eye to it and just move on. He showed, once again, that he CANNOT control himself and furthermore, has no remorse for what he did. His replies were not just those of an immature young man, they were completely disgusting and misogynistic, which is disturbing considering he is most famous for beating up a woman. There is no defending him.

  43. Mrs. Ari says:

    I am always amazed at how much criticism Rhianna gets. We blame the victim far too much with domestic violence. Chris Brown gets criticism too but she gets almost as much as he does – in fact her career has suffered more than his and that will only get worse. He will be fine. The firestorm against her when this first happened was unbelievable. We put all the responsibility on the woman to leave, THE WOMAN to change – and if she won’t, we just shrug our shoulders and call her a ‘lost cause’.

    When will we start to also focus on why men do this? What in our society is contributing to men’s violence against women? And what they can do, and we can do, to change?

  44. yoyo says:

    You know if you comment like that on someone’s picture that you are going to get flamed so par for the course there BUT the WAY he responded was a total over reaction. He definitely still has his anger issues!

    He’s not even pretending anymore..wow!

    He got away with:
    -publicly beating Rihanna up
    -Destruction of property (Throwing furniture , breaking windows)
    -Stealing cell phones and verbally threatening the cell phone owner
    -Fighting in a club
    -smoking marijuana
    and most of it under probation
    and that’s only the stuff we know of!!

    And now Rihanna the twat is back bangin him, crying on international tv about how she loves the man who unapologetically bashed her face in.

    He must feel invincible. Like no one and nothing can touch him. He has to actually be worse than before because he tested the system and realized he could beat it, the judge kisses his butt at each court hearing , it’s repulsive. So now he’s not even trying to pretend anymore, he’s showing his true colors again. And his true colors are BEYOND pathetic. He’s vile but I won’t feel sorry for Rihanna when she gets her head bashed in again or worse because not only is she looking for it there (she had the warning shot hit her in the face, litteraly) but she’s actually BRAGGING about being an ass (see her twitter pictures of Brown in bed. Seriously, WTF! But then you go and tell everyone it’s no one’s business?! she is so freaking stupid.)

    I’m very disappointed by the music industry that they would welcome such a degenerate back in their ranks. Sure musicians aren’t paragons of virtue but boozing, womanizing and drugging is NOT the same as being a psychotic woman beater.

    ok rant over.

  45. natalina says:

    He needs a thicker skin. Damn, if I was a millionare, id let any commoner say any damn thing they wanted. I wouldnt fight back, Id ignore it. Once they get past the $, these celeb “people” want affiliation more

  46. Adrien says:

    You know there was a time that I really love Chris Brown and I was seriously thinking he would be the next Michael Jackson. I even waited for several hours to meet him backstage. Damn, those days.

  47. Skipper says:

    Can you really have an argument about the correct spelling of a word like ho? Autocorrect makes it Jo for me so I think not

  48. Victoria1 says:

    I follow Jenny on twitter and she wrote an article on why she makes fun of CB and KK because basically they are scum and should be called out instead of revered. What’s more disturbing are his fans, they are worse than rabid dogs. Personally I’m glad she got him to delete his account, ain’t nobody got time for his nonsense.

  49. Belly says:

    When I see photos of him, especially where he is staring at the camera, I get a bad, sick feeling in my gut.
    Makes my skin crawl. This guy is rotten to the core.

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