Another day, another Chris Brown tantrum.
After engaging in a profane Twitter exchange with comedy writer Jenny Johnson late Sunday night, the hot-tempered performer deleted his Twitter profile – again.
He likely isn’t sulking about it too much, considering he was spotted hanging out with Rihanna in Berlin over Thanksgiving (she tweeted a photo of a shirtless Brown sprawled across a bed, giving ammunition to the rumors that they’re back together).
But the cyber-skirmish with Johnson began when she responded to a photo Brown tweeted of himself last week, looking drawn and haggard. “I know! Being a worthless piece of s*** can really age a person,” Johnson responded, which set Brown off on a vulgar tirade (you can read the exchange here, but beware of language).
Brown, recently named the Musical Turkey of 2012 on this very blog, then deactivated his Twitter account after sending a final rambling tweet that signed off with, “catch me in traffic.”
[Update: Brown's fans are now apparently sending Johnson death threats because, apparently, it's her fault that Brown deleted his Twitter account. Again, beware of language - and some truly nasty sentiments. It also appears as if these two have a Twitter history.]